Florence Nightingale

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Florence Nightingale Links

Florence Nightingale on Facebook

The Florence Nightingale Museum, London
The Florence Nightingale Foundation
The Florence Nightingale International Foundation
The Florence Nightingale Digitization Project --more than 2000 letters online
Florence Nightingale's letters at the Clendening Library
The Collected Works of Florence Nightingale project
Florence Nightingale's Onion Store
The US Historical Society's Nightingale doll
Florence Nightingale: Avenging Angel -- a new biography
A biography from the Hampsire County website
Mary Seacole
Famous historical nurses
The mystery novels of Ann Perry provde a good sense of the Victorian period

Nightingale House
Nightingale House was opened in 1999 and serves not only the local community, but the larger surrounding areas of the north and south banks of the Humber Bridge. Nightingale House is a beautiful house set in its own ground within a walled garden overlooking the magnificent Humber Bridge. Offering a safe haven away from the stresses and strains of life, we provide a calm and tranquil environment set in an area of natural beauty, helping create a sense of peace and relaxation. The Odyssey Centre is a registered charity at Nightingale House offering holistic day care for people living with a life limiting/life threatening illness, their primary carer and health professional.
Our address is:
Nightingale House
Westfield Road
Barton upon Humber
North Lincolnshire

Women and War

Women in Vietnam
H-Minerva's Women in the Military, Women and War
American Women in Uniform
Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII
Vietnam Women Veterans
Australian Nurses in the Vietnam War
The History of Wartime Nurses

I am researching Native American Army nurses who served in the Army Nurse Corps. I am looking for personal stories, historical information or even just a name, tribal affiliation with rank and/or era of service. This information will be placed in the Army Nurse Corps History Archives. Any help would be appreciated.
Thank You
Lt. Col. Brenda Finnicum
181D Barry Road
West Point, NY 10996
  MINERVA: Quarterly Report on Women and the Military solicits articles on all subjects related to women in war or women and the military. The journal accepts articles by historians, sociologists, political scientists and other scholars as well as contributions from independent researchers, oral histories, autobiography, bibliographies, and occassionally short stories and poetry. The editorial policy emphasizes diversity. Please query Debra E. Morgenstern, MINERVA's managing editor, at mouseminer@aol.com before submitting an article for consideration.
Linda Grant De Pauw, Ph.D.
The MINERVA Center, Inc.

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