Mary Seacole

Nurse and Heroine of the Crimea War
14 Soho Square

Mary Seacole nursed patients during cholera epidemics in Jamaica and Panama, and looked after the wounded on the frontlines of the Crimea War. Afterwards, she lived in London at 14 Soho Square, where she penned her autobiography.

Mary Seacole

Nurse and Heroine of the Crimea War
14 Soho Square

Mary Seacole nursed patients during cholera epidemics in Jamaica and Panama, and looked after the wounded on the frontlines of the Crimea War. Afterwards, she lived in London at 14 Soho Square, where she penned her autobiography.

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