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But district nurses shared organized women's concern for woman's welfare. In particular, the trained district nurse had "a special mission to the mothers" as a teacher of enlightened maternity and infant care. And, like the HELPERS OR HEROINES ? " No person is so degraded, so destitute, so sunk in the filth and wretchedness, as to be beyond the ministrations of the district nurse. It is part of her business to restore them to the decencies of life, and her training shows her how to do it in the easiest and best way.
Like the Jubilee Institute, the Victorian Order would commemorate the reign of Queen Victoria. But, here, the similarity between the two groups ended. 50 Like village nurses in Britain, home helpers in Canada would not qualify as trained nurses. Instead of the two- or three-year hospital apprenticeship required of graduate nurses in Canada, home helpers would train in hospital for only one year, during which time they would learn the basic skills needed to gain admission to the order, including the rudiments of first aid to the injured, simple nursing, and basic cookery.
See also Anna Davin, "Imperialism and Motherhood," History Workshop 5 (Spring 1978): 9-65. 8. Women Workers of Canada (Ottawa, 1894): 140-152. Although not a member of the executive of the Hamilton Local Council of Women in 1894, Miss Harris is identified as the President of the Arts and Craft Association of Hamilton in 1896.