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Ferdinand A. Stewart

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There are additional sources on the talk page. A Black surgical director from Alabama at Meharry Medical College who a source describes as creating a mecca for African Americans interested in medicine seems notable to me. He has an entry in an encyclopedia and numerous other sources. Needs expansion. FloridaArmy (talk) 13:26, 22 June 2022 (UTC)

Ferdinand A. Stewart was a doctor and professor at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee.[1] He studied at Fisk University and Harvard Medical School.[2][3]

He was born in Mobile, Alabama.[4] He was elected president of the National Association of Colored Physicians and Surgeons.[5]

His photograph was included with other staff from the “Negro Hospital” at the Tennessee Centennial and International Exposition in 1897.[6]


  1. Waller, William (October 15, 2012). "Nashville in the 1890s". Vanderbilt University Press – via Google Books.
  2. Project, Federal Writers' (October 31, 2013). "The WPA Guide to Tennessee: The Volunteer State". Trinity University Press – via Google Books.
  3. "Remembered The Alma Mater". The Tennessean. Nashville, Tennessee. 1888-10-28. p. 11. Retrieved 2022-07-18 – via
  4. Gibson, John William (June 21, 1903). "The Colored American from Slavery to Honorable Citizenship". J.L. Nichols & Company – via Google Books.
  5. "Merck's Archives". Merck & Company. June 21, 1900 – via Google Books.
  6. Buckler, Helen (June 21, 1954). "Doctor Dan, Pioneer in American Surgery". Little, Brown – via Google Books.
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