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While serving as a nurse in Bulgaria, Kate Marsden saw firsthand the horrors of leprosy--and determined to journey to the leper colonies of Yakutsk, 2,000 miles across the Siberian wastes. Armed with the patronage of both Queen Victoria and the Russian Czarina, she strode forth. With passion and wit, this extraordinary Victorian lady recounts the amazing story of her search for the lepers and for an elusive remedial herb. Illustrated with contemporary drawings.
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A highly committed nurse, Kate Marsden (1859-1931) published this account of her journey to Siberia in 1893. She describes her adventures on the dangerous journey to this remote area, and her experiences in the leper colonies there, for which she worked and raised funds in Russia and Britain.About the Author:
Kate Marsden was a member of the Royal British Nurses' Association, Member and Medalist of the Russian Imperial Red Cross Society, and Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. She died in 1931.
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