|Died||1972 (aged 88–89)|
|Political party||Poale Zion|
Meisel was born in Hrodna in the Russian Empire (today in Belarus), and immigrated to Palestine in 1909, during the Second Aliyah, where she became a noted agronomist, and was a founder of Havat HaAlamot (Hebrew: חוות העלמות, "the maidens' farm") agricultural school in 1911 (closed in 1917), and the girls' agricultural school at Nahalal (opened in 1929). She studied agriculture and natural science in Odessa, Switzerland and France.
Hana Meisel died at Nahalal in 1972.
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