Who was the first woman veterinarian?

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The first woman veterinarian was Mignon Nicholson, who graduated from McKillip Veterinary College in 1903. However, it is unknown whether she actually practiced or not. The first recorded practicing women veterinarian was Elinor McGrath who graduated from Chicago Veterinary College in 1910.
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