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recreational nurse

Contributing women to the nursing profession throughout history

NameFamous Because
Mary Adelaide Nutting 1st professor at a school of nursing
Clara Maass took part in a malaria experiment
Isabel Hampton Robb founded ANA and National League for Nursing
Florence Nightingale birth of modern nursing
Lillian D. Wald first public nurse
Isabel Maitland Stewart educator "Miss Curriculum"
Sally Tompkins nurse/captain in Confederate Army
Linda Richards first trained nurse in U.S.
Margaret Sanger crusader for birth control
Clara Barton founded the Red Cross
Annie Warburton Goodrich dean of the army school of nursing
Harriet Tubman underground railroad
Lavinia Lloyd Dock 1st author of nursing textbook
Mary Eliza Mahoney first black nurse to graduate nursing school
Virginia Hendersen created the definition of nursing
Mary Ann Bickerdyke mother of the Union Army
Dorthea Dix crusaded for better treatment of the mentally ill
Created by: rsg175