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Doc Susie

the true story of a country physician in the Colorado Rockies

by Virginia Cornell

  • 322 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Ballantine Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anderson, Susan, 1870-1960.,
  • Women physicians -- Colorado -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVirginia Cornell
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsR154.A58 C67 1992x
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24205407M
    ISBN 100804109567
    ISBN 109780804109567
    OCLC/WorldCa26392785

    Doc Susie The True Story of A Country Physician in the Colorado Rockies (Book): Cornell, Virginia: When Susan Anderson, M.D., stepped from the train into frigid Fraser, Colorado--"Icebox of the Nation"--she had everything to die for and nothing to live for. This is the true story of how Doc Susie recovered her health, then ventured forth on snowshoes, horseback or in .   "A biography which reads like an adventure novel."BOOKWATCHIt is and Doc Susie came to Fraser Colorado with a bad case of tuberculosis and a broken heart. But soon she forgot about her own troubles and lived a life so colorful that Hollywood wanted to make a movie of it. For the Author: Virginia Cornell.

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    Doc Susie. Season 5 Episode 2 | 26m 40s After earning her physician's license in , Anderson struggled to find work in Denver where people "didn't believe in women doctors." She did not let. Book Review: Doc Susie. Doc Susie by Virginia Cornell all the better. So Doc Susie's story is close enough to what I wanted. It's real and raw though. This woman lived a hard lifestyle, but she led a good life. This book is partly a biography, and partly a story. The author explains that she has pieced together how conversations might have.


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Doc Susie by Virginia Cornell Download PDF EPUB FB2

"Doc Susie," t responded "Fiddlesticks." Ethel Barrymore had good instincts: Doc Susie's life was dramatic. Virginia Cornell's straightforward, accessible biography begins in when Susan Anderson, already a practising physician, is dying of tuberculosis at the age of thirty-seven/5(50).

While Doc Susie’s story is interesting and inspiring in itself, author Virginia Cornell’s narrative approach is what makes the biography so compelling. Cornell grew up in Hideaway Park, two miles from Fraser where her parents established Miller’s Idlewild Inn near the West Entrance Portal to the Moffat Tunnel, which figures so prominently /5(53).

Doc Susie book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The bestselling true story of Doc Susie book woman doctor at the turn of the century 4/5. Susan Anderson, M.D. () – One of Colorado’s earliest women doctors, Susan Anderson, better known as “Doc Susy”, is a member of the Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame.

Born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Anderson’s Doc Susie book moved to Kansas where Susan graduated high school in That same year her father moved the family to the booming mining camp of Cripple.

Buy a cheap copy of Doc Susie: The True Story of a Country book by Virginia Cornell. The bestselling true story of a woman doctor at the turn of the century and her triumph over prejudice, poverty, and even her own illness. When she arrived in Free shipping over $/5(5).

When: – Where: Born in Indiana, and later moved to Cripple Creek, Denver, Greeley, & Fraser, Colorado credit: Wikicommons. Why Important: One of Colorado’s earliest women doctors Biography. Susan Anderson, often known as “Doc Susie,” was born in in Indiana.

Her father and mother had divorced, and Susan lived with her father, a farmer, and her. “DOC SUSIE: My Neighbor” contains photographs of many of the items left to Owen’s aunt and passed on to him.

The book is the author’s first published work, and a labor of love he worked to write and publish for several years. Doc Susie Member Area; About Us. Organized on 12 JanuaryThe Doctor Susan Anderson Chapter, NSDAR, is an active group of women of all ages – from college students, career women, to homemakers and retirees.

For those who have various commitments during the day, consider joining us for an evening dinner meeting full of sharing and various. Get this from a library.

Doc Susie: the true story of a country physician in the Colorado Rockies. [Virginia Cornell] -- When Susan Anderson, M.D., stepped from the train into frigid Fraser, Colorado--"Icebox of the Nation"--She had everything to die for and nothing to live for.

This is the true story of how Doc Susie. Book Group discussion questions for DOC. June 5, If Oprah picked a novel for her televised book group, publishers would automatically print half a million copies and the author thereof was suddenly famous, even if he was snarky about the whole thing and declined to appear on the show.

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In January“Doc Susie, The true story of a country physician in the Colorado Rockies” was given to the world. This biography of Dr. Susan Anderson began the legend of the lone woman doctor [ ]. Find books like Doc Susie: The True Story of a Country Physician in the Colorado Rockies from the world’s largest community of readers.

Goodreads members. The bestselling true story of a woman doctor at the turn of the century and her triumph over prejudice, poverty, and even her own illness. When she arrived in Colorado inDr. Susan Anderson had a broken heart and a bad case of tuberculosis.

But she stayed to heal the sick, tend to the dying, fight the exploitative railway management, and live a colorful, rewarding life. Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Doc Susie () by Cornell, Virginia.4/5().

Then during a book signing at the Cripple Creek District Museum, I met Doc Susie, played by Hedy Boyce. One thing is for certain, there’s never a dull moment in Cripple Creek. Even if after a full day of museum hopping and historical exploration, you’ve tuck yourself into your peaceful room at Carr Manor.

Doc Susie By Virginia cornell. It is a good account of Doc Susie's life and the time period in colorado history. The only thing I felt was wrong is for as /5(2). Doc Susie Mountain Doctor (Book): Cunningham, Penny: Susan Anderson was born in in Indiana and graduated from medical school in at the University of Michigan.

Returning to her family in Cripple Creek, Colorado, she set up a medical practice before moving on to Denver and then Greeley, Colorado. Inseeking a dry and cold climate to improve her tuberculosis. Susan (Doc Susie) Anderson arrived in Fraser insuffering from consumption, and a semi-invalid.

She remained in Fraser, practicing medicine, for nearly 50 years. She was a graduate of University of Michigan, an "authentic lady physician." She arrived at a time of tremendous growth and change in. Doc Susie is best known as the role model for television's 'Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.

Anderson lived near Cripple Creek before and after persuing her medical degree. She eventually moved to Fraser, where she practiced for 60 years. She requested that upon her death she be buried in Cripple Creek next to her Burial: Mount Pisgah Cemetery, Cripple Creek.

A biography which reads like an adventure TCHIt is and Doc Susie came to Fraser Colorado with a bad case of tuberculosis and a broken heart. But soon she forgot about her own troubles and lived a life so colorful that Hollywood wanted to make a movie of it.

For the first time, here is an account of the real Doc Susie--the amazing, inspiring story of a woman. The Big Book of Boo-Boos is a journal that Doc uses to keep track of the different ailments, syndromes and diseases her toys suffer from.

Hallie fetches it for her in the main shows and in The Doc Files Doc recalls other cases from it. A woman alone in the Rockies. With a cow bell, a Bible and a gun.

And a medical bag. Such was Dr. Susan Anderson, affectionately known as Doc Susie, the doctor of Grand County during the first half.This banner text can have markup.

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