Anderson Ruffin Abbott

Canadians need to realize the impact that African-Canadian medical practitioners have made to the profession, such as Anderson Ruffin Abbott!!

Anderson Ruffin Abbott became the first licensed African-Canadian physician in 1861. Abbott served in the Union army as a civilian surgeon during the American Civil War.

After purchasing this card, use the camera on a phone/tablet to scan the QR code on the back (which will appear clearly on the card upon purchase). You will then have permanent access to this page with resources, websites and reading/critical-thinking questions for teachers/educators on Ruffin’s legacy to Canadian society through his career and life . This page will grow every year with content that you will have permanent access to.

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