A photograph of Florence Nightingale with some nurses in London.

Florence Nightingale brought her nurses to the Crimean War to help the wounded soldiers. She made hospitals cleaner, saving many lives. She is known to be the founder of modern nursing.

Vintage Ladybird Book FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE Adventures from History Series 561 Matt 1965

FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE Vintage Ladybird Book History Series 561 Matte Hardback 1973

"God called me in the morning and asked me would I do good for him alone without reputation." -- Florence Nightingale

Known as the founder of modern nursing, Florence Nightingale established St. Thomas Hospital and the Nightingale Training School for nurses.

Worksheets: Florence Nightingale Coloring Page

Florence Nightingale Coloring Page

Women's History Month First Grade History People Worksheets: Florence Nightingale Coloring Page

Florence Nightingale, The Lady with the Lamp (1820-1910) is known as the founder of modern nursing.

About Florence Nightingale aka. The Lady with the Lamp from Historical Figures of England. Portrait by artist-historian George Stuart. Catelog name FloNightingale.

Florence Nightingale Biography - Facts, Birthday, Life Story - Biography.com

BASIC (grade Watch this video biography to find out more about Florence Nightingale and the challenges she overcame.

Florence Nightingale

Great Britons: Florence Nightingale – Everything You Need to Know about the Woman Who Revolutionized Nursing

Florence Nightingale (1830-1910)   Florence (on left) and her sister Parthenope as children. Florence was named after the city of Florence, Italy; Parthe was named after Naples-- Parthenope is its Greek name.  http://www3.hants.gov.uk/florence-nightingale-2.jpg  florence-nightingale-2.jpg (220×297)

Florence Nightingale Florence (on left) and her sister Parthenope as children. Florence was named after the city of Florence, Italy; Parthe was named after Naples-- Parthenope is its Greek name.

Florence Nightingale - BBC - Primary History: Includes Interactive Timeline, Photos and Game

Florence Nightingale was known as the Lady with the Lamp because she was carrying a Turkish lamp visiting wounded soldiers at Scutari hospital in Turkey during Crimean war.

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