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The story of nursing.

Author: Bertha Sanford Dodge
Publisher: Boston, Little, Brown [©1965]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : New edView all editions and formats
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The highlights of American nursing, past and present. Grades 6-9.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dodge, Bertha Sanford, 1902-
Story of nursing.
Boston : Little, Brown, [1965]
(OCoLC)599699199
Online version:
Dodge, Bertha Sanford, 1902-
Story of nursing.
Boston : Little, Brown, [1965]
(OCoLC)628152493
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bertha Sanford Dodge
OCLC Number: 974349
Description: x, 244 pages illustrations
Contents: Candle lighting --
Since the days of chivalry --
Florence Nightingale --
Civil war nursing --
Dorothea Dix --
Clara Barton --
Mary Ann Bickerdyke --
Kate Cumming --
Linda Richards, America's first trained nurse --
Nursing in the Spanish-American war --
Victory in the laboratory --
Recognition for the army nurse --
Schools of the present --
A nurse's progress --
We meet some students --
Work in the wards --
Place of light --
Clothes and the man --
Health and Henry Street --
The public accepts the public health nurse --
From Henry Street to Hyden --
Nursing on the near frontier --
The remote frontier --
Health for all --
They can do so much.

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The highlights of American nursing, past and present. Grades 6-9.

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