Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-223) and index.
|LC Classifications||DK215.95 .R63 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 233 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||233|
mary seacole. TO THE READER. I SHOULD have thought that no preface would have been required to introduce Mrs. Seacole to the British public, or to recommend a book which must, from the circumstances in which the subject of it was placed, be unique in literature. Mary Seacole's reputation after the Crimean War certainly rivalled that of her counterpart Florence Nightingale but for a very long time she was a forgotten footnote in history, and this probably had a lot to do with the fact she was not a white middle class woman, but was instead the offspring of two races, that of a Scottish father and a black Jamaican mother/5(35). Inspirational little book that I picked up from the library. The name Mary Seacole rang bells but I couldn't have told you why. Now I could, she was the Jamaican nurse who managed to get to the front in the Crimean War and nurse the wounded soldiers on the spot, unlike Florence Nightingale who won all the glory and acclaim and dismissed the efforts of Mary Seacole to the authorities /5. Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. Seacole in Many Lands - Kindle edition by Seacole, Mary, W. J. S.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Wonderful Adventures of Mrs. 4/5(19).
Mary Seacole was born a free black woman in Jamaica of the early 19th century. In her long and varied life, she was to travel in Central America, Russia and Europe, find work as a inn-keeper and as a doctress during the Crimean War, and become a famed heroine, the author of her own biography, in Britain/5. Only known photograph of Mary Seacole (), taken c by Maull & Company in London by an unknown photographer. Public Domain / Wikimedia Commons After making numerous trips abroad, she married an Englishman named Edwin Seacole in , when she would have been about 31 years : Nadra Kareem Nittle. Mary Seacole (), the daughter of a white Scottish officer in the British army and a Jamaican woman, has often been described as the black Florence Nightingale, another nurse who came to public attention after reports of her selflessness in helping wounded soldiers during the Crimean War () started to circulate. The lady with the lamp's rival, Mary Seacole, is beginning to receive proper recognition. If only Jane Robinson had delved a little deeper, says Kathryn Hughes.
Brave Nurses: Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell: Band 10/White (Collins Big Cat) by Charlotte Guillain and Collins Big Cat | 16 Jan out of 5 stars 5. Mary Seacole: The Making of the Myth (Toronto: Iguana Books, ) debunks claims made by supporters of the Jamaican businesswoman and ‘doctress,’ Mary Seacole (), that she was the ‘real heroine of the Crimean War’ and ‘original lady with the lamp,’ a ‘pioneer nurse’ and even a ‘pioneer of health care,’ as the U.K. Department of Health has named her. Mary Seacole Biography Mary Seacole ( – ) was a Jamaican nurse who became well known in the Victorian period for her nursing efforts during the Crimean War. Though she was much respected by officers whom she treated during the war, after her death, her fame diminished, though in recent years she has become better known. Sourced quotations by the Jamaican Nurse Mary Seacole ( — ). Enjoy the best Mary Seacole quotes and picture quotes!