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What was Mary Eliza Mahoney's contribution to nursing?

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She organized the first visiting nurse association.
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She founded the American Journal of Nursing.
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She founded the National League of Nursing.
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She worked for the acceptance of African Americans into the nursing profession.

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Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first African American nurse in the United States. She spent her life working for the acceptance of African Americans into the nursing profession, and was also the organizer and the first president of the National Association for Colored Graduate Nurses.

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