Native American Doctor - The Story of Susan LaFlesche Picotte is the remarkable biography of an Omaha woman who lived from 1865-1915. Susan LaFlesche was the first Native American woman to graduate from medical school. This is the story of her life as a young girl, her education and her work as a doctor and activist for her people. The text is easy to read and is well documented. The text contains archival photographs, an index, and bibliography. This text is recommended for grades 6 to 9.