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Table Of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Nurses and Physicians in Nineteenth-Century Philadelphia
2. Competence, Coolness, Courage—and Control
3. They Went Nursing—in Early Twentieth-Century America
4. Wives, Mothers—and Nurses
5. Race, Place, and Professional Identity
6. A Tale of Two Associations: White and African AmericanNurses in North Carolina
7. Who Is a Nurse?
Appendix
Notes
Essay on Sources
Index