A collection of letters from an American nurse serving in France.
Discusses the background and challenges for this nurse from Jamaica who became a healer during the Crimean War. Includes photos.
|Military Nurses in Vietnam|
This page is dedicated to the Red Cross, Special Services, Army Nurse Corps, and other civilian and military women who served in Vietnam.
|Military Women in Vietnam|
In Vietnam, Army, Navy and Air Force Nurses and Medical Specialists numbered over six thousand. This page discusses all women who served in Vietnam from 1964 to 1973.
|Nurse Pember and the Whiskey War|
A Civil War Times story of a Confederate nurse and her struggle to maintain authority over distribution of medicinal whiskey.
|Nursing in the Civil War|
An essay describing medical treatments and care for wounded soldiers during the United States Civil War. The contents consist of photocopies of the typewritten 16 pages of the essay.
|Nursing Old Wounds|
Recollections by Nancy Leftenant-Colon, as the first black nurse in the Regular Nurse Corps in 1942.
|Our Army Nurses|
Pictorial essay of what Civil War nurses wore. Excellent stories from Clara Barton, Ruth Sinnotte, Lucy Seaman Bainbridge and Jane Stuart Woolsey. Stories available for download(Adobe PDF format) and for purchase.
|Pearl Harbor Attack|
December 7, 1941: Excerpt from Oral History of LT Ruth Erickson, NC (Nurse Corps), USN. She was a nurse at the Naval Hospital Pearl Harbor during the attack.
|Phoebe Yates Pember|
A Southern Woman's Story of conditions in hospitals during the war. Although Ms. Pember was not a nurse, her story reflects the trying conditions endured by nurses during the war.
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