Volume 2, 1994

EDITORIAL
JOAN E. LYNAUGH

THE HISTORICAL MIRROR
Constructing the Mind of Nursing
DIANE HAMILTON

ARTICLES
White Nurses, Black Midwives, and Public Health in Mississippi, 1920-1950
SUSAN L. SMITH

Midwives as Wives and Mothers: Urban Midwives in the Early Twentieth Century
LINDA V. WALSH

Jane A. Delano: Saint or Sellout?
RUTH E. MALONE

"Of Logical Necessity ... They Hang Together": Nursing and the Woman's
Movement, 1901-1912
SANDRA LEWENSON

Caring without Politics: Lessons from the First Nurses of the North and South
QUINCEALEA BRUNK

The Educational and Philosophical Influences on Florence Nightingale,
An Enlightened Conductor
VICTORIA E. SLATER

Nursing Uniforms: Romantic Idea, Functional Attire, or Instrument of
Social Change?
IRENE SCHUESSLER POPLIN

INTERNATIONAL NURSING HISTORY CORRESPONDENCE
Nursing and Medical Care in Finland from the Eighteenth to the
Late Nineteenth Century: The Background for the Introduction of
Nurses' Training in Finland in 1889, with Some Comparisons with
Developments in Sweden

MARIANNE TALLBERG

DOING THE WORK OF HISTORY
Unity Amidst Difference: The ICN Project and
Writing International Nursing History
BARBARA L. BRUSH AND MERYN STUART

BOOK REVIEWS
Yellow Fever and Public Health in the New South by John H. Ellis
REVIEWER: BARBARA BRODIE.

Framing Disease: Studies in Cultural History
by Charles Rosenberg and Janet Golden (eds.)
REVIEWER: DIANE HAMILTON.

First Words: Selected Addresses from the National League for Nursing,
1894-1933
by Nettie Birnbach and Sandra Lewenson (eds.)
REVIEWER: SIGNE COOPER.

Natural Allies: Women's Associations in American History by Anne Firor Scott
REVIEWER: MARIANNE BANKERT.

The Path We Tread: Blacks in Nursing, 1954-1990 by M. Elizabeth Carnegie
REVIEWER: MARY D. MUNGER.

Private Matters: American Attitudes Toward Childbearing and Infant
Nurture in the Urban North, 1800-1869
by Sylvia D. Hoffert
REVIEWER: SYLVIA D. RINKER.

Always a Sister: The Feminism of Lillian D. Wald by Doris Groshen Daniels
REVIEWER: MERYN STUART

Nurses' Work, The Sacred and The Profane by Zane Robinson Wolf
REVIEWER: MARILYN E. FLOOD

Civi1 Wars: Women and the Crisis of Southern Nationalism by George C. Rable
REVIEWER: ARLENE W. KEELING

Images of Nurses: Perspectives from History, Art, and Literature
by Anne Hudson Jones (Ed.)
REVIEWER: JOELLEN W. HAWKINS

Worse Than the Disease: Pitfalls of Medical Progress by Diana B. Dutton
REVIEWER: ZANE ROBINSON WOLF

Subject Index
Guidelines for Contributors

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