(Encyclopedia) Florence. 1 City (1990 pop. 36,426), seat of Lauderdale co., NW Ala., on the Tennessee River near Muscle Shoals and adjacent to Wilson Dam (a national historic landmark); inc. 1818. It? (Encyclopedia) Florence flr?ns, fl?r?, Ital. Firenze, city (1991 pop. 403,294), capital of Tuscany and of Firenze prov., central Italy, on the Arno River, at the foot of the Apennines. Florence,? (Encyclopedia) Florence, Council of: see Ferrara-Florence, Council of. (Encyclopedia) Kelley, Florence, 1859?1932, American social worker and reformer, b. Philadelphia, grad. Cornell, 1882, and Northwestern Univ. law school, 1894. Married in 1884 to a Polish doctor,? (Encyclopedia) Nightingale, Florence, 1820?1910, English nurse, the founder of modern nursing, b. Florence, Italy. Her life was dedicated to the care of the sick and war wounded and to the promotion? (Encyclopedia) Chadwick, Florence May, 1918?95, American distance swimmer, b. San Diego, Calif. She began swimming at the age of six, and four years later she swam the San Diego Bay Channel, the? Florence Henderson spent six decades in show business, but is forever remembered as Carol Brady, the mom on the 1970s TV sitcom The Brady Bunch. Raised in the midwest, she headed to New York to find? Florence ChadwickBorn: Nov. 9, 1917Dominant distance swimmer of 1950s set English Channel records from France to England (1950) and England to France (1951 and '55).Died: Mar. 15, 1995Evonne? Florence Nightingale earned the nickname "The Lady With the Lamp" for her tireless nursing of British soldiers during the Crimean War. Nightingale was born to wealthy English parents and proved to? Florence Pugh is an English actress and star of Ari Aster's film, Midsommar (2019). Right out of high school, Pugh's career took off after being cast in the TV series The Falling (2014). On the big?