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The  Journal of the New York State Nurses Association  is a peer-reviewed publication, featuring research on issues affecting New York nurses and patients. The  Journal  also presents an publishing opportunity for member RNs.

We welcome articles that reflect a variety of research methods, provide commentary, or offer personal accounts of nursing. Journal articles cover all manner of issues relevant to nursing today: legislation and regulation; advocacy; solutions to healthcare disparities; nursing’s role in advancing healthcare quality and patient safety; healthcare financing; and more.

The Journal is especially receptive to the work of new authors who are able to write professionally, in keeping with the manuscript guidelines below. Manuscripts of up to 20 pages, including tables and references, will be considered.

The  Journal of the New York State Nurses Association  is a peer-reviewed publication, featuring research on issues affecting New York nurses and patients. The  Journal  also presents an publishing opportunity for member RNs.

We welcome articles that reflect a variety of research methods, provide commentary, or offer personal accounts of nursing. Journal articles cover all manner of issues relevant to nursing today: legislation and regulation; advocacy; solutions to healthcare disparities; nursing’s role in advancing healthcare quality and patient safety; healthcare financing; and more.

The Journal is especially receptive to the work of new authors who are able to write professionally, in keeping with the manuscript guidelines below. Manuscripts of up to 20 pages, including tables and references, will be considered.

Henry P. Marshall was officially appointed U.S. Consul to Muscat, Arabia (present day Oman), on February 15, 1838, at twenty-four years old, after working in the importing houses of John R. Felix & Co, and Schoville & Briton.   In 1931, Mr. Marshall’s daughter, Miss Cornelia E. Marshall made a gift of several objects to the Museum, including many artifacts from her father’s days as Consul to Arabia.

According to his journals, Marshall spends just a year in Muscat, before resuming the voyage back to New York in the fall of 1839. All in all, he spends approximately seven months traveling from New York to Muscat, ten months in Muscat, then three months returning from Muscat to New York.  Among some of the other objects in the collection related to Mr. Marshall’s tenure as consul include the consular seal, pictured below,


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