|Adah Belle Samuel Thoms|
A crusader for equal opportunities for blacks in nursing. She was one of the first to recognize a new field for nursing, public health.
|Aunt Lizzie Aiken from Peoria|
Excerpt of a memorial book written in 1906 describing Mrs. Aiken services to the soldiers at Shawneetown in 1861.
A British nurse executed during the First World War. A statue in St. Martin's Place, just off London's Trafalgar Square, bears the words, 'Humanity, Fortitude, Devotion, Sacrifice'--fitting tributes to the life she led. Authored by Abraham Unger, M.D.
|Edith Cavell: A Norfolk Heroine|
Profile of British nurse Edith Cavell who worked in Belgium in World War I. She was arrested for helping allied soldiers to freedom and executed by the German authorities.
|Florence Guinness Blake|
Inducted into the ANA Hall of Fame in 1996. A distinguished pediatric nurse who strove to advance education in pediatric nursing.
|Hall of Fame Inductee: Clara Louise Maass|
From the American Nurses Association: Profile of one of the nation's most courageous nurses, Clara Louise Maass lost her life during scientific studies to determine the cause of yellow fever.
|Leaders of the American Red Cross|
Profiles of founder Clara Barton and subsequent leaders of the organization.
Considered America's first trained nurse. A 'Women of Courage' profile.
Profile: Louisa Maertz, 1837-1918, an untrained United States Civil War nurse.
|Mary Eliza Mahoney|
A profile of the first African-American professional nurse.