Florence Nightingale is usually thought of for her work in the Crimean War, where, as the “Lady with the Lamp,” she tirelessly nursed wounded soldiers at all hours of the night and day. But while these two years were a significant part of her life, she was also much more. She was a daughter and sister who consternated her family by refusing to accept the role Victorian society assigned her. Later, she completed groundbreaking work in the fields of public health and statistics and wielded her vast influence to affect important reforms.Inside you will read about:✓ Nursing Dolls and Dogs✓ Leading a Double Life✓ Travel and Depression✓ Heading to the Crimean War✓ More than the Lady with the Lamp✓ Final Years and DeathProduct details:Language : EnglishFile size : 2424 KBSimultaneous device usage : UnlimitedText-to-Speech : EnabledScreen Reader : SupportedEnhanced typesetting : EnabledX-Ray : Not EnabledWord Wise : EnabledPrint length : 44 pages