Franklin Watts: 1969
Condition: Good with no dust jacket; Usual x-lib. Markings.
Immortals of History; Ex-Library; 116 pages; Florence Nightingale from early childhood felt that life must have more meaning for her than good manners and social standing and her decision to enter nursing at a time when there was no such thing as a nursing profession, and when those who attended the sick were considered to be women of loose morals, which both outraged and humiliated her parents. Stubborn, sometimes cold and ruthless, she spent her entire life fighting two battles - one against her family and the other to bring recognition, dignity, and knowledge to those who would become nurse... View More...