Nursing History Review, an annual peer-reviewed publication, is a showcase for the most significant current research on nursing and health care history. Contributors include national and international scholars representing many different disciplinary backgrounds. Regular sections include scholarly articles, reviews of the best books on nursing and health care history, invited commentaries, and abstracts of new doctoral dissertations on nursing and health care history. Historians, researchers, and individuals fascinated with the rich field of nursing will find this an important resource.

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Volume 4, Number 1, 1996

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Editorial

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EDITORIAL
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: LYNAUGH, JOAN E.

Journal article

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The Origins of Modern Nursing in the Netherlands
pp. 83-97(15)
Author: WIEGMAN, NANNY

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Linda Richards and Nursing in Japan, 1885–1890
pp. 99-128(30)
Author: DOONA, MARY E.

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Miscellaneous

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DOING THE WORK OF HISTORY: The Diary as Historical Evidence: The Case of Sarah Gallop Gregg
pp. 169-186(18)
Authors: HANSON, KATHLEEN S.; DONAHUE, M. PATRICIA

Book review

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Bring Out Your Dead
pp. 190-192(3)
Author: ERICKSON, GRACE P.

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Cross Dressing, Sex, and Gender
pp. 192-193(2)
Author: RAMOS, MARY

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The Healer's Tale: Transforming Medicine and Culture
pp. 195-197(3)
Author: RIEGLER, NATALIE N.

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Health and Medicine Among the Latter-Day Saints
pp. 197-199(3)
Author: BIRNBACH, NETTIE

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A History of Mental Health Nursing
pp. 199-201(3)
Author: BOSCHMA, GEERTJE

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Medicine and the Five Senses
pp. 201-202(2)
Author: DEFORCE, VIRGINIA M.

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The Nature of Suffering and the Goals of Medicine
pp. 204-205(2)
Author: HAMILTON, DIANE

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William Henry Welch and the Heroic Age of Medicine
pp. 207-208(2)
Author: FRIEDMAN, ALICE H.

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Birth as an American Rite of Passage
pp. 209-210(2)
Author: BELL, PEGGE L.

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Deviance and Medicalization: From Badness to Sickness
pp. 212-213(2)
Author: D'ANTONIO, PATRICIA

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The Evolution of Cardiac Surgery
pp. 214-215(2)
Author: NORMAN, ELIZABETH M.

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Mortal Presidency: Illness and Anguish in the White House
pp. 219-220(2)
Author: DONAHUE, M. PATRICIA

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The Sanitarians: A History of American Public Health
pp. 224-225(2)
Author: STANLEY, JUDITH M.

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The Selling of Contraception
pp. 225-227(3)
Author: REEL, SALLY J.

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Red Vienna and the Golden Age of Psychology, 1918–1938
pp. 229-230(2)
Author: CAMPINHA-BACOTE, JOSEPHA

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Yellow Fever and the South
pp. 230-231(2)
Author: BRUNK, QUINCEALEA

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