|Essay on Sisters in the Civil War|
Copies of typewritten pages, possibly written by Fr. Landry Genosky, of Catholic Nuns who served as nurses during the Civil War.
|Five Nurses from St. Lawrence County|
Women in the Civil War: A Women of Courage profile, produced by the St. Lawrence County, NY Branch of the American Association of University Women.
|GenderGap: American Women and the Military|
Comprehensive information on the history of women in the U.S. military. A chronological sequence beginning with the Revolution (1775-1783)to World War II.
|GenderGap: World War II|
Discusses nurses, POWs, volunteers, and drafting women nurses.
|H-Minerva Discussion Network|
Information on the study of women and war and women in the military, worldwide and in all historical areas. Affiliated with the Minerva Center, a non-profit educational foundation.
Stories and essays of nurses serving their country in times of conflict (Civil War, Vietnam). Links to WW II nurses and the Daughters of Charity at the Battle of Gettysburg.
|Honoring Female Military Nurses|
A story of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial by Jo Ann Klein, MS, RN. The memorial, in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia was dedicated October 18, 1997.
|Images - WWII Nurses in Movietone Newsreels|
A story, with vintage photographs, discussing how nurses were featured in newsreels during the war.
Moving stories, images and poems written by or dedicated to the Nurses 'in country' during the Vietnam war.
|Lincoln and the Nuns|
An essay about Abraham Lincoln and the nuns who helped care for the wounded soldiers in the United States Civil War.
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