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Timeline of Events 1820 - Florence Nightingale was born to a wealthy family and she had a very good education. 1851 - Florence Nightingale went to train to be a nurse at a German hospital. 1854 - Florence and her nurses travel to the Crimean War in Turkey. They were shocked by the dirty and crowded hospital. At first the doctors did not want Florence to help. As more and more patients arrived Florence and her nurses were allowed to help. The nurses cared for patients as well as clean the hospital. 1856 - When Florence came home she continued to work to make hospitals better for patients. 1859 - Florence opened the Nightingale Training School for Nurses in London. 1883 - Florence was awarded the Royal Red Cross. 1910 - Florence Nightingale died. Key Vocabulary Infection An illness caused by spreading Crimean War The war that Florence Nightingale served in. Patient A person that is ill in hospital. Red Cross The award that was given to Flor- ence Nightingale. Injured A person who is hurt. Nurse A person who works in a hospital treating patients. Italy The country where Florence was born. Germs Tiny living things that can cause illness. Germs can be passed be- tween people. Lady of the Lamp This was the name given to Flor- ence as she would visit the wards at night carrying a lamp. Key Facts - Florence Nightingale Important Historical Figures Mary Seacole - A British-Jamaican lady who also helped in the Crimean War.

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  • Timeline of Events

    1820 - Florence Nightingale was born to a

    wealthy family and she had a very good

    education.

    1851 - Florence Nightingale went to train to be a

    nurse at a German hospital.

    1854 - Florence and her nurses travel to the

    Crimean War in Turkey. They were shocked by

    the dirty and crowded hospital.

    At first the doctors did not want Florence to

    help. As more and more patients arrived Florence

    and her nurses were allowed to help.

    The nurses cared for patients as well as clean the

    hospital.

    1856 - When Florence came home she continued

    to work to make hospitals better for patients.

    1859 - Florence opened the Nightingale Training

    School for Nurses in London.

    1883 - Florence was awarded the Royal Red

    Cross.

    1910 - Florence Nightingale died.

    Key Vocabulary

    Infection An illness caused by spreading

    Crimean War The war that Florence Nightingale

    served in.

    Patient A person that is ill in hospital.

    Red Cross The award that was given to Flor-

    ence Nightingale.

    Injured A person who is hurt.

    Nurse A person who works in a hospital

    treating patients.

    Italy The country where Florence was born.

    Germs Tiny living things that can cause

    illness. Germs can be passed be-

    tween people.

    Lady of the

    Lamp

    This was the name given to Flor-

    ence as she would visit the wards

    at night carrying a lamp.

    Key Facts - Florence Nightingale

    Important Historical Figures

    Mary Seacole - A British-Jamaican lady

    who also helped in the Crimean War.