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Author Dossey, Barbara Montgomery.

Title Florence Nightingale : mystic, visionary, healer / Barbara Montgomery Dossey
Published Springhouse, Pa. ; [Oxford] : Springhouse Corp, [2000]
©2000

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Description vii, 440 pages : illustrations (some color), color maps, portraits (some color) ; 29 cm
Contents Pt. 1. The Early Years (1820-1854). Ch. 1. A Different Kind of Child. Ch. 2. Call & Awakening. Ch. 3. Egypt, Greece, & Kaiserswerth. Ch. 4. Harley Street -- Pt. 2. Crimean War Years (1854-1856). Ch. 5. Departure for the East. Ch. 6. "The Whole Army is Coming" Ch. 7. Commissions, Illness, & Accolades. Ch. 8. Achieving Command & Control -- Pt. 3. Post-War Years (1856-1861). Ch. 9. "At the Altar of the Murdered Men" Ch. 10. The Drive for Army Reform. Ch. 11. Nurses Training & Health Statistics. Ch. 12. Literary Fame & Personal Misfortune -- Pt. 4. Reform Years (1862-1879). Ch. 13. Private Life. Ch. 14. Sanitation for a Subcontinent. Ch. 15. Nursing Reform & Progress for Women. Ch. 16. Spiritual Surrender & Mysticism -- Pt. 5. Later Years (1880-1910). Ch. 17. Years of Loss. Ch. 18. The Birth of Indian Nationalism. Ch. 19. Nursing Moves Forward. Ch. 20. Union with the Divine -- Nightingale & the Western Tradition of Mysticism -- The Case for Brucellosis
Nightingale's Personality Type
Summary "The name Florence Nightingale conjures up a romantic image of "the lady with a lamp" who founded modern nursing. However, this image trivializes the accomplishments and character of one of the most remarkable women of the 19th century. Few people are aware that Nightingale was a trailblazing social activist and visionary whose ideas on such matters as public health and sanitation, holistic health, and women's place in society were decades ahead of their time."--BOOK JACKET. "Florence Nightingale: Mystic, Visionary, Healer reveals the many facets of this complex, brilliant woman, including her little-known but fascinating mystical side, which inspired all of her achievements, and her early support of the Indian nationalist movement."--BOOK JACKET
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Nightingale, Florence, 1820-1910.
Nightingale, Florence, 1820-1910.
Nurses -- England -- Biography.
History of Nursing [MESH]
History of Nursing.
Nurses.
Nurses.
History of Nursing.
History of Nursing.
Nurses.
England.
England.
Genre/Form biography [MESH]
Biography.
Biographies.
LC no. 99023725
ISBN 0874349842