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The nuns provided comprehensive care for the sick poor on their patrons’ estates, acting not only as nurses, but took on expanded roles as physicians, surgeons, and apothecaries. The French Catholics in New France and New Orleans continued these traditions. During the French Revolution, most of the orders of nurses were shut down and there was no organized nursing care to replace them. However the demand for their nursing services remained strong, and after 1800 the sisters reappeared and resumed their work in hospitals and on rural estates.

In the eighteenth century, these doctresses included Seacole’s mother, who was a mixed-race woman who was most likely a child of a slave, and who acquired medical knowledge of herbal remedies from West African ancestors. Other 18th century doctresses included Sarah Adams and Grace Donne, the mistress and healer to Jamaica’s wealthiest planter, Simon Taylor. Another eighteenth century doctress was Cubah Cornwallis, who nursed back to health famous sailors such as the young Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson and Sailor Bill, who later became William IV of the United Kingdom. The Book of Dream Visions, containing a vision of a history of Israel all the way down to what the majority have interpreted as the Maccabean Revolt, is dated by most to Maccabean times (about 163–142 BC). According to the Ethiopian Orthodox Church it was written before the Genesis flood.

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Partly because it works — it’s reportedly been responsible for at least a few marriages – and partly because it’s hilarious reading, whether you’re looking for love or not. (“Most partners cite the importance of having a loved one who will listen and understand them. I’m here to rubbish this theory. F, 38.”) If nothing else, it’s hard to get depressed about being single when you’re laughing so hard. In the nineteenth century, there were some Catholic orders of nursing that were trying to spread their message across Canada.

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Upon eventually realising this, he attempts to remove the crayon marks – first by erasing, and then by using correction fluid, which only adds to the problem when it spreads to the opposite page after Bean shuts the book to a passing librarian. Germany had a very large and well organized nursing service, with three main organizations, one for Catholics, one for Protestants, and the DRK . In 1934 the Nazis set up their own nursing unit, the Brown Nurses, absorbing one of the smaller groups, bringing it up to 40,000 members. It set up kindergartens, hoping to seize control of the minds of the younger Germans, in competition with the other nursing organizations. Civilian psychiatric nurses who were Nazi party members participated in the killings of invalids, although the process was shrouded in euphemisms and denials. President Franklin D. Roosevelt hailed the service of nurses in the war effort in his final “Fireside Chat” of January 6, 1945.


He has his own recipe, no different than Ken Follet, Philippa Gregory or Hilary Martel, but he is in a league of his own, an unsurpassed master storyteller, unpretentious and erudite. It also took a while for me to feel connection with the characters. If you happen to like hauling around 1000+ page books with you for weeks, you’ll love this one! Although not in the same league as Ken Follett’s “Pillars of the Earth” and “World Without End”, this is a nice book for Follett fans who are suffering from severe withdrawal symptoms after finishing those two great novels. Edward Rutherfurd is a Life Member of the Friends of Salisbury Cathedral, the Salisbury Civic Society, and the Friends of Chawton House, which is located in Jane Austen’s village and dedicated to the study of women writers.

These nuns were trying to open up a mission that cared for the spiritual and physical needs of patients. The establishment of this mission created the first nursing apprenticeship training in North America. Modern nursing began in the 19th century in Germany and Britain, and spread worldwide by 1900.

Nightingale’s revelation of the abysmal nursing care afforded soldiers in the Crimean War energized reformers. Queen Victoria in 1860 ordered a hospital to be built to train Army nurses and surgeons, the Royal Victoria Hospital. The hospital opened in 1863 in Netley and admitted and cared for military patients. Beginning in 1866, nurses were formally appointed to Military General Hospitals. The Army Nursing Service oversaw the work of the nurses starting in 1881. These military nurses were sent overseas beginning with the First Boer War from 1879 to 1881.

The mission was governed by a volunteer board of women directors and began by raising money for its first year of service through charitable donations and payments from the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. The mission also blended social work with nursing, becoming the dispenser of unemployment relief. Christian emphasis on practical charity gave rise to the development of systematic nursing and hospitals after the end of the persecution of the early church. Ancient church leaders like St. Benedict of Nursia ( ) emphasized medicine as an aid to the provision of hospitality. 12th century Roman Catholic orders like the Dominicans and Carmelites have long lived in religious communities that work for the care of the sick. Following the First Council of Nicaea in AD 325, Christianity became the official religion of the Roman Empire, leading to an expansion of the provision of care.

But again, as always, I will always pick up another DS novel when the mood strikes me for a fluffy right time right place moment. I say all this to explain why I, the patron saint of books snobs, ended up reading a Danielle Steel novel. This month it was New York Times bestsellers, the bane of every librarians existence.