Volume 5, 1997

EDITORIAL
JOAN E. LYNAUGH

ARTICLES
"Making the Best of Things": Technology in American
Nursing, 1870-1940
MARGARETE SANDELOWSKI

The Johns Hopkins Training School for Nurses: A Tale
of Vision, Labor, and Futility
MARY CAROL RAMOS

Nursing in the American Army from the Revolution to the
Spanish American War
MARY T. SARNECKY

"I Think You Should Get a Job As a Nurse"
KATHLEEN S. HANSON

Miss Loane, Florence Nightingale and District Nursing in Late Victorian Britain
SUSAN COHEN

Women's Enterprise: Establishing the Lethbridge Nursing Mission, 1909-1936
SHARON RICHARDSON

Unheralded Nurses: Nineteenth Century Southern Men
LINDA E. SABIN

Sanitary Reform and Nursing: Edwin Chadwick and Florence Nightingale
JOANN G. WIDERQUIST

Doctors and Nurses in the London Teaching Hospitals: Class,
Gender, Religion and Professional Expertise, 1850-1890
CAROL HELMSTADTER

HISTORIOGRAPHIC ESSAY
Sex Education in American Nursing: An Historical View
VERN L. BULLOUGH and BONNIE BULLOUGH

BOOK REVIEWS
Feminism and Nursing: An Historical Perspective on Power, Status and
Political Activism in the Nursing Profession
by Joan Roberts and Thetis Group.
REVIEWER: DIANE HAMILTON

Healing the Republic: The Language of Health and the Culture of
Nationalism in Nineteenth Century America
by Joan Burbick.
REVIEWER: JUDITH STANLEY

Childbed Fever: A Scientific Biography of Ignaz Semmelweiss
by K. Codell Carter and Barbara Carter.
REVIEWER: SYLVIA RINKER

Missionaries of Science: The Rockefeller Foundation and Latin America
by Marcos Cueto.
REVIEWER: BARBARA L. BRUSH

Martha E. Rogers: Her Life and Work
Eds. V.M. Malinski and E.A.M. Barrett.
REVIEWER: JACQUELINE FAWCETT

Wake Up Little Suzie, Single Pregnancy and Race
Before Roe vs. Wade
by Rickie Solinger.
REVIEWER: MERYN STUART

Taking Charge: Nursing, Suffrage, and Feminism in America,
1873-1920
by Sandra Beth Lewenson.
REVIEWER: GRACE P. ERICKSON

Science, Medicine and Cultural Imperialism
Eds. T. Meade and M. Walker.
REVIEWER: ANNE MARIE RAFFERTY

The Most Solitary of Afflictions: Madness and Society in Britain,
1700-1900
by Andrew Scull.
REVIEWER: OLGA MARANJIAN CHURCH

Subject Index

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