Nightingale also accused Seacole of intoxicating soldiers and running a brothel! Historians have been debating for nearly years as to exactly why Agatha Christie vanished during the height of her fame in Was she a brave, pioneering woman? This is the first book I've read by Sean Kennedy. She was finally found when a musician at a hotel in Harrogate called the police when she checked in with no luggage and used the name Teresa Neele - the name of the woman her husband was in love with.
Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. This was originally published under another title, but had to be changed due to legal reasons. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Being the type of extreemely honest and intelligent person she was, she was surely also honest about this. Better references would be to actual work by Nightingale biographers and historians.
Was her Samoa research shitty? Thanks for your attention. Without being fully knowledgeable re: During the war, Nightingale — organised the tending to wounded soldiers, and became iconic in Victorian culture as "The Lady with the Lamp". Very little of my edit to the Nighengale page constituted a "revision". Share your thoughts with other customers. This article has been rated as C-Class on the project's quality scale.
She was found barely conscious by three railway workers and died four days later. Christianity portal v t e This article is within the scope of WikiProject Christianity , a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Christianity on Wikipedia. This article is now approaching a state of maturity. New photo uploaded of Florence taken by Elizabeth Caswall Smith in Christie's disappearance made national newspaper headlines as 1, police were drafted in to help. She called things as she saw them but she didn't always see things fairly especially when it came to those she worked with.