Civil War Medicine: Care & Comfort of the Wounded

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Sterling Pub., 1994 - History - 400 pages
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Denney explores the history of medical treatment during the Civil War, using firsthand accounts from letters, journals, reports, and diaries from both sides of the conflict, arranged chronologically from January 1862 to October 1865. Includes bandw photos. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Denney, author of The Civil War Years: A Day-by-Day Chronicle of the Life of a Nation (Sterling, 1992), presents a similar overview of the war's medical history. A brief prolog and epilog complement a ... Read full review

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PROLOGUE
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and no blankets to protect them fiom the rain which soazed through these long wards of misery There were
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sight of that field is perfietly appalling men tossing their arms wildly calling for helo there thql lie bleeding torn
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