Volume 4, 1996

EDITORIAL
JOAN E. LYNAUGH

ARTICLES
Backrubs vs. Bach: Nursing and the Entry-into-Practice Debate, 1946-1986
SUSAN RIMBY LEIGHOW

The Historical Relationship of Nursing Program Accreditation
and Public Policy in Canada
SHARON L. RICHARDSON

"We Are Left So Much Alone to Work Out Our Own Problems":
Nurses on American Indian Reservations During the 1930s
EMILY K. ABEL

Satisfied to Carry the Bag: Three Black Community Health Nurses'
Contributions to Health Care Reform, 1900-1937
MARIE 0. PITTS MOSLEY

The Origins of Modern Nursing in the Netherlands
NANNY WIEGMAN

Linda Richards and Nursing in Japan, 1885-1890
MARY ELLEN DOONA

Missionaries and the Early Development of Nursing in China
KAIYI CHEN

Agnes Karll and the Creation of an Independent German Nursing
Association, 1900-1927
GEERTJE BOSCHMA

DOING THE WORK OF HISTORY
The Diary as Historical Evidence: The Case of Sarah Gallop Gregg
KATHLEEN S. HANSON AND M. PATRICIA DONAHUE

BOOK REVIEWS
Suggestions for Thought by Florence Nightingale: Selections and
Commentaries
by Michael D. Calabria and Janet A. Macrae (eds.)
REVIEWER: JOANN G. WIDERQUIST

And Sin No More: Social Policy and Unwed Mothers in Cleveland, 1855-1990 by Marian J. Morton
REVIEWER: BONNIE L. RICHARDSON

Bring Out Your Dead by J. H. Powell
REVIEWER: GRACE P. ERICKSON

Cross Dressing, Sex, and Gender
by Vern L. Bullough and Bonnie Bullough
REVIEWER: MARY RAMOS

Educating for Health and Prevention: A History of the Department of
Community and Preventive Medicine of the Woman's Medical College of
Pennsylvania
by Bonnie Blustein
REVIEWER: KAREN EGENES

The Healer's Tale: Transforming Medicine and Culture by Sharon R. Kaufman
REVIEWER: NATALIE N. RIEGLER

Health and Medicine Among the Latter-Day Saints by Lester E. Bush, Jr.
REVIEWER: NETTIE BIRNBACH

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