The making of a nurse, writer, and activist
in Ellen N. La Motte
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The introduction situates La Motte and her work by providing background regarding her early life and her family’s relationship to the du Ponts of Delaware, her cousins, and the interconnections between the families that were to have an important influence on her development. It also discusses her decision to attend the Johns Hopkins Training School for Nurses and considers her activism in the fields of public health nursing, suffrage, and the anti-opium crusade as well as her long-term relationship with Emily Chadbourne in an effort to provide an overview of her intellectual and professional interests

Ellen N. La Motte

Nurse, writer, activist


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