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Nursing History


Nursing Hall of Fame

AdelaideNutting In 1954 authored the classic "The Child, His Parents, and the Nurse"
AliceFisher In 1922 published "Textbook of the Principles and Practices of Nursing"
SophiaFrenchPalmer Publishes The Red Cross in Peace and War.
SisterBereniceBeck Developed the Code of Ethics for Professional Nurses
MaryBreckinridge Wrote History of Nursing with Adelaide Nutting
ClaraBarton The first African American trained nurse.
EdithCavell Started the "American Journal of Nursing" in 1900
JaneHitchcock 1909 Became chair of National Committee of the Red Cross Nursing Service
AddaEldredge Was appointed to the newly established (first in the nation) New York State Board of Nurse Examiners
AliceMagaw This nurse was executed by firing squad for nursing enemy soldiers
JaneDelano She is still honored today as nurses in the Philadelphia area hold an annual procession to the Cemetery where she is buried
MaryElizaMahoney This nurse was driving force behind rural health-care in America
LouisaMayAlcott gained national and international recognition for her efforts to upgrade nursing education and promote sound legislation for nursing practice.
LaviniaLloydDock A national leader in nursing she served as president of National League for Nursing Education from 1917-20
SarahLillianClayton Above Nurse that is Is buried in Corunna, Michigan
BerthaHarmer The mother of Anesthesia
AliceMagaw This nurse was best known best known as the author of the book Little Women
FlorenceBlake She wrote A Sound Economic Basis for Nursing

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