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I don’t understand. As soon as I went aboard, I knew that something was wrong. Magic potions I suppose. American woman: You expect to travel with us? You will not be needed. Sailor: No offence Ma’am, but you must be mad. Mary tells of her early life in Jamaica, and how her mother, a famous healer, taught her all her healing skills. I am very sorry. Whole place is full of thieves. 0000212016 00000 n Fille d’une guérisseuse jamaïcaine et d’un officier écossais de l’armée britannique, Mary Seacole naît à Kingston, Jamaïque, en 1805. 0000033089 00000 n In the Victorian era Britain and some other countries were at war with Russia over who would be in charge in that part of the world. I was "not needed". Mary Seacole…that’s me…born more than two hundred years ago in Jamaica. Pendant quelques années, Mary est engagée au … You’ll need a guard. 32 0 obj <> endobj xref 32 53 0000000016 00000 n Although Mary’s mother was black, her father James Grant was a white Scottish army officer and Mary was born a ‘free person’. 0000001731 00000 n I won’t let you down. I had an interview, to join Florence Nightingale in the Crimea. 0000029808 00000 n I tell you it’s the coldest, dirtiest, smelliest, place I ever seen. 0000003868 00000 n Assessment criteria: As an outcome I am looking for a labelled time-line diagram describing key features of the life of Mary Seacole. American woman: And where do you think you’re going? 0000021211 00000 n Then let me make it very clear, Mrs Seacole. Mrs Hamilton: And what made you think that you’d be of help? White faces. happened to Mary Seacole after the War American faces. And what made you think that you’d be of help? You have been talking to other nurses. You’re going out to the Crimea are you Ma’am? My father was a white man, and my mother black. 0000031061 00000 n Mary Seacole, 1869. story and organised collections to reward her And if they didn’t want me to work in their hospital, then, I would build one of my own. She had a sister, Louisa, and a brother, Edward. Mary arrives in the Crimea, where she supports the soldiers fighting in the War. Gérant une pension de famille largement fréquentée par des soldats et des marins, sa mère utilise des remèdes traditionnels africains et caribéens pour lutter pour la fièvre jaune dont souffrent beaucoup de ses pensionnaires. MARY SEACOLE - VIDEOS The content relating to Mary Seacole consists of three video episodes, each about 5 minutes long, which can be watched individually or sequen-tially. Learning intention: We are learning to understand the life of a key historical character from the Victorian era. ��N��%�}yJl��S7W �n ��Rz��� Ad���PwIj� �5����5M��P����\R(�kJ��W!xVme6F��â�@�B�x��*NMS�> ��N0�� �ב橛 �`�x�lQ5�-a����H:��ݔl��l���t����$��]��8W�fw�C���K�-�.�nC%˖Dd��9țҼ�8�{�x[�s�l��8�5c��*Z@N�10ɍ�V�b� Mary: Mrs Hamilton, I want to join Florence Nightingale. Mary Jane Seacole (née Grant; 23 November 1805 – 14 May 1881) was a British-Jamaican nurse, healer and businesswoman who set up the "British Hotel" behind the lines during the Crimean War.She described this as "a mess-table and comfortable quarters for sick and convalescent officers", and provided succour for wounded servicemen on the battlefield, and nursed many of them back to health. 0000031308 00000 n She taught me about medicines and cures and -. Instruction: ‘Write down the things Mary Seacole overcame to fulfil her ambition.’ (Answers: Racism preventing travel to England from Jamaica; not allowed to serve as a nurse in the army; had to make the dangerous journey to the Crimea on her own.). Mary Seacole was born in Jamaica more than 200 years ago. I am determined to go to the Crimea. Mary Jane Seacole (* 1805 in Kingston als Mary Jane Grant; † 14. There are three video episodes, each about 5 minutes long, which can be watched individually or sequentially. But she is deemed as supposedly "not needed". had no money to live on; a reporter told her 0000129991 00000 n I made up my mind: I, Mary Seacole, would go to the Crimea. She ran her own businesses, loved to travel, and often risked her life for others. 0000002519 00000 n home by the British army. I learnt nursing and medical skills from my mother. Mary: Look at my references. was over.’ (Answers: The ‘British Hotel’ cost money to Mary apprend progressivement, à ses côtés, d’abord en l’imitant sur ses poupées puis en l’assistant. 0000008868 00000 n There were other nurses here today. That meant I was a Creole and I was proud to be so. Gj夓�:��f� �\j/�I�̖)/]��^��¥��9+�����f_��.���[nK��4 American woman: Look around you, woman. Suitable for Key Stage 2 History. And when I was a child she taught me all her skills. 0000031333 00000 n Give me the chance. You will not be needed. Mai 1881 in London, England) war eine jamaikanische Krankenschwester, Hoteliere und Schriftstellerin. My mother was a famous healer in Jamaica. Learning to use traditional medicines. 0000004094 00000 n But, I was determined. I was very afraid. I am determined to go to the Crimea. Keep the rats off too. 0000211979 00000 n Mrs Hamilton: Miss Nightingale has all the nurses she needs. Mary: But I don’t understand. Discussion question: ‘How do you think Mary American faces. The life of Victorian nurse Mary Seacole is told in three short video episodes. You been there before? *5c|�Cyz�~��%Bɥ���kA�>���)c̏�TP���ؙDl��9�E�K����fAٱ7�ѹ����)�6a$�����N|/��0�z3�x5�a�6l��^�H���5A7��WpOՙ��Q8��P(4�� �v���!6c�,�s2� cIݷ�׹Ca��E��0�桩����&jA��AR�������IU��5\�����h�����1��F:;����/�n�Q��������w@��nX���t�z"q��47 �R#\\]I�hU�XOk���Þ��!�4�b P���g��X� Portrait von Albert Charles Challen. 0000012668 00000 n However I regret to tell you that Miss Nightingale does not have any places for nurses at present. 0000008738 00000 n 0000001356 00000 n Nightingale’s nurses were all brought _The Crimean War. 0000166019 00000 n %PDF-1.7 %���� I tell you it’s the coldest, dirtiest, smelliest, place I ever seen. 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Sailor: You’re going out to the Crimea are you Ma’am? Seacole after the Crimean War?’, Instruction: ‘Write a list of the things that Whole place is full of thieves. Not one person. Elle propose bénévolement ses services dinfirmière, sappuyant sur son expérience dans les Caraïbes, et demande un poste d« assistant de larmée en Crimée ». White faces. I was afraid. 0000029679 00000 n with a lot but sharing a journey with a coloured person - well that is asking too much. trailer <<05212F21F0EA4E32B91D965CD41F8109>]/Prev 398832>> startxref 0 %%EOF 84 0 obj <>stream To guard all your stuff when you’re asleep. However I regret to tell you that Miss Nightingale does not have any places for nurses at present. t� (�~��^��F\^�c�o�����&. 0000003981 00000 n You been there before? The British soldiers and Florence 0000008833 00000 n As a dual heritage woman living in the Victorian Age, Mary was also a pioneer of her time. A terrible, brutal, cruel war. 0000212102 00000 n with a lot but sharing a journey with a coloured person - well that is asking too much. What do you see? 0000151598 00000 n So, I just went and bought another ticket…and this time I was on my way. 0000016511 00000 n But that wasn’t going to stop me. Have you any idea what you’d be dealing with in the Crimea Mrs Seacole? Mrs Hamilton: I am sure you wouldn’t. �-�[��O(T/>p"���d��*t��}]N8�� There were other nurses here today. Discussion question: ‘Who was Florence Nightingale?’ (A famous nurse who organised help for soldiers during the Crimean War.). Mary Jane Seacole (née Grant; 23 November 1805 – 14 May 1881) was a British-Jamaican nurse, healer and businesswoman who set up the "British Hotel" behind the lines during the Crimean War.She described this as "a mess-table and comfortable quarters for sick and convalescent officers", and provided succour for wounded servicemen on the battlefield, and nursed many of them back to health. Below is a synopsis of each episode. She ran her own businesses, loved to travel, and often risked her life for others. 0000031791 00000 n Video Transcript. Give me the chance. Mary entend parler des mauvaises conditions médicales dont souffrent les soldats blessés pendant la guerre de Crimée. Now these good folk can put up 0000151812 00000 n This is war. … Mrs Hamilton: Magic potions I suppose. Now these good folk can put up I won’t let you down. During watching: one question to focus on: ‘How did Mary Seacole help the British soldiers?’, Instruction: ‘Write notes to explain what Mary Seacole did to help the British soldiers.’ (Answers: Providing shelter and food for injured soldiers; running the British Hotel in a dangerous area close to where the battles took place.). War stories usually remember men fighting battles but there are also brave women in wars like Mary Seacole. 0000156636 00000 n BBC Teach > Primary resources > KS2 History > Mary Seacole - Home. � ]D�Z��-�q���Hu�����. As war breaks out in the Crimea, Mary travels to England to volunteer her services to Florence Nightingale, who is setting up a hospital in the Crimea. If Florence Nightingale wouldn’t take me to the Crimea I would go there by myself. 0000069857 00000 n 0000008595 00000 n Look at my references. I would not go back. Sailor: To guard all your stuff when you’re asleep. Mary Seacole (1805–1881) was a Jamaican-born British business woman who showed great kindness and bravery tending to sick and wounded soldiers during the Crimean War. 0000003773 00000 n No offence Ma’am, but you must be mad. I don’t understand. Mrs Hamilton: Then let me make it very clear, Mrs Seacole. But I don’t understand. I am sure you wouldn’t. Nobody spoke up for me. 0000003545 00000 n Mary Seacole (1805–1881) was a Jamaican-born British business woman who showed great kindness and bravery tending to sick and wounded soldiers during the Crimean War. And you wish to go to war in the Crimea as a nurse, Mrs Seacole? 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