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FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
A Lady with a Lamp
 
ANONYMOUS
“What a comfort it was to see herpass. She would speak to one, andnod and smile to as many more; butshe could not do it to all you know.We lay there by the hundreds; butwe could kiss her shadow as it felland lay our heads on the pillowagain content”
 
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
British nurse, hospital reformer, and humanitarian.
Born in Florence, Italy, on May 12, 1820,
Nightingale was raised mostly in Derbyshire, England, andreceived a thorough classical education from her father.
In 1849 she went abroad to stud the Euroean hositalsystem, and in 1850 she began training in nursing at theInstitute of Saint Vincent de Paul in Alexandria, Egypt.
She subsequently studied at the Institute for ProtestantDeaconesses at Kaiserswerth, Germany.
In 1853, she became superintendent of the Hospital forInvalid Gentlewomen in London.

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