American nursing : a history of knowledge, authority, and the meaning of work / Patricia D'Antonio.
By: D'Antonio, Patricia.Material type: TextPublisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2010Description: XVIII, 251 S.ISBN: 9780801895654.Subject(s): History of Nursing / United StatesDDC classification: 610.730973
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Nursing and physicians in nineteenth-century Philadelphia -- Competence, coolness, courage, and control -- They went nursing, in early twentieth-century America -- Wives, mothers, and nurses -- Race, place, and professional identity -- A tale of two associations : White and African American nurses in North Carolina -- Who is a nurse?