The Resource Dr. Daniel Hale Williams : first Black heart surgeon in America
- Dr. Daniel Hale Williams : first Black heart surgeon in America
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- first Black heart surgeon in America
- Statement of responsibility
- adaptation and re-editing produced and edited by Brian Stewart
- Biography of the African American surgeon, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams, who was the first person to successfully perform an operation on the human heart. Covers his life and career and his heart operation that gave him critical acclaim in 1893. He also founded the nation's first interracial hospital, Provident Hospital in Chicago
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- Intended audience
- Grades 8-12 through college students and adults
- Narrator: Steve Coulter
- Series statement
- The Black American experience
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- live action
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