Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee
This work tells the story of Samuel Hollingsworth Stout, an innovative Confederate doctor and medical director of the Army of Tennessee, and his successful administration and establishment of more than sixty mobile military hospitals scattered throughout the western theatre.
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