Timeline of nursing history

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A girl reads to a convalescent while a nurse brings in the patient's medicine

Prior to the 16th century

16th century

17th century

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St. Louise de Marillac
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Sisters of Charity

18th century

The 18th century was considered the Age of Reason. A lot of myths were contradicted by scientific fact. [7] Jamaican "doctresses" such as Cubah Cornwallis, Sarah Adams and Grace Donne, the mistress and healer to Jamaica's most successful planter, Simon Taylor, had great success using hygiene and herbs to heal the sick and wounded. [8]


19th century

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Florence Nightingale (1820–1910)






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Mary Seacole




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Clara Barton


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Kate Marsden
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Lillian Wald

20th century


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French nurse's uniform, 1900


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Edith Cavell
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Chief Nurse Higbee, USN



World War II

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U.S. Navy Nurse and released POW aboard USS Benevolence, 1945.







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Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson

21st century


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