Other Florence Nightingale Resources

on the World Wide Web


Visit the Florence Nightingale Museum. I visited the fascinating Museum in February 1999 where I received a warm welcome from curator Alex Attewell and his staff.

Dr. Lynn McDonald is the Director of the ambitious Collected Works of Florence Nightingale project at the University of Guelph.

Read additional letters written by Nightingale provided by the Reynolds Historical Library at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Hugh Small, author of Florence Nightingale, Avenging Angel discusses the coxcomb, the Little War Office, the germ theory debate, and his book on his website.

A recording of Nightingale is available from the British Library Sound Archive. The recording with additional documentation is also found on other sites, e.g., YouTube, and Country Joe McDonald's Tribute to Florence Nightingale website featuring Adelaide Nutting's spoken and written introduction.

The Perry-Castaņeda Library at the University of Texas at Austin provides a portrait of Florence Nightingale.

Cynthia Audain of Agnes Scott College has summarized Florence Nightingale's contributions to statistics.

Danuta Bois (with contributions from Microsoft) provides a biographical sketch of Nightingale.

Paul Halsall of Fordham University provides Nightingale's comments on Rural Hygiene from Selected Writings of Florence Nightingale, ed. Lucy Ridgely Seymer (New York: The Macmillan Co., 1954), pp. 382­87.

The United States Historical Society has designed the Florence Nightingale Doll "in tribute to Nurses throughout the world".