3 edition of Notes of hospital life, from November, 1861 to August, 1863. found in the catalog.
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Entries of interest include a description of camp life at Camp Wool in Massachusetts (August, ), the activities of the Confederate raider John Morgan in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana (June-July, ), and the activities of the Knights of the Golden Circle in Kentucky (September-November, ). LEAVES FROM THE Diary of an Army Surgeon Field Camp Hospital Life Civil War - $ Leaves from the Diary of an Army Surgeon by Thomas T. Ellis. Published by John Bradburn, New York, First edition with pages. Original brown cloth hard cover binding is faded and has wear to spine ends, else tight and in good condition. Text has a very small faint stain at top edge of a few.
In spring , the Union Army of the Potomac took the offensive on the Virginia Peninsula, where its ultimate target was Richmond, the Confederate capital. The Union army was hampered by Confederate forces, inclement weather, inferior roads, and overcautious leadership. It was further hampered by Stonewall Jackson’s Shenandoah Valley Campaign and by the skill of the new commander of the. The collection consists of a microfilm copy of three diaries of John K. Farris written while he was serving in the Confederate States of America Army from November - July The first diary, Novem Septem , deals mainly with Farris's imprisonment at .
A Sermon Preached in Christ Church, Savannah, on Friday, August 21st, , being the Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer, Appointed by the President of the Confederate States Savannah, Ga.: Power Press of George M. Nichols, 26 p. Chiefly letters to Solomon Foot () who served as United States Senator from Vermont. Includes forty-eight letters between and (bulk ) from or on behalf of Governor Erastus Fairbanks to Foot; (, ) seven Civil War letters from Governor Frederick Holbrook (), eight letters from Paul Dillingham ().
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Notes on Hospitals by Florence Nightingale. Publication date Publisher Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, and Green Collection americana Digitizing sponsor. Lincoln’s personal secretary, John Hay, noted that in November of the tension between the president and his general.
Lincoln wanted to speak to McClellan so Lincoln walked to McClellan’s office in the White House. McClellan’s secretary told the president that the general was busy and asked the president to : Jim Ross-Nazzal, Students.
This reel also contains the correspondence of Erastus F. Brigham of Brooklyn, N.Y., and his family, including a letter describing conditions during the Indian Wars in Florida, ; receipts and Maryland tax notices kept by Lott Mason, ; and Brigham family genealogical notes.
Correspondence between November 6,and August Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Notes of hospital life from November,to August, Philadelphia: Lippincott, The Project Gutenberg EBook of Notes of hospital life from November,to August,by Anonymous This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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$ - - 9vols Temple Bar London Magazine. $ - - 9vols Temple. Notes of Hospital Life From November to August Home» Nonfiction. 9 / 10 (2) (2)9/10(2). Textual Records: Registers of treasury notes, Schedule of note plates, Record book of treasury notes signed by J.
Walter Jones, Memorandum of treasury notes, Record book of treasury note redemption, Certifications relating to the counting of notes returned for redemption, November 1, George McClellan promoted to general-in-chief of Union forces November 8, Trent Affair strains relations with Britain Decem Releases Confederate ministers detained during Trent Affair.
(Note: Bodenhamer’s diary contains information about Fort Donelson, his hospital experiences, prison life, campaigns in Middle Tennessee from toand the Battle of Chickamauga.) Goodspeed Publishing Co.
“Confederate Military History.”. Correspondence,contains information on conveying General Nathaniel Lyon's body to Connecticut (30 August ), on various appointments of regimental officers (30 September ; 26 and 31 December ; 7 February regarding Rev.
Jacob Eaton's appointment as Chaplain, 7th Connecticut Infantry; and 14 April regarding Col. Note written by Levi P. Holden, 88th Illinois Infantry, November Written in Nelson County, Kentucky (Camp Lytle).
Discusses receipt of letter and package. Box 9: Note written by Edward E. Babcock, 88th Illinois Infantry, November Written in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Discusses receipt of letter.
Box 9. Richard Love Johnson () served the Confederacy as an Assistant Surgeon with several units, most notably the 3rd and 15th South Carolina Infantries. His handwritten entries contain the names and units of his patients, notes on their wounds, treatments, surgeries and outcomes from to Following the Civil War, Johnson and his family resided.At the first major land battle of the war on J in Virginia at Manassas (Bull Run), two unproven green armies met and effectively slaughtered each other.
The North suffered 2,23 August letter from John Brownlee, Abbeville District, S.C., to his son James in the Confederate Army in Virginia (typescript only) 26 November letter by William Johnston of Charlotte to a railroad official concerning the development of a route from New Orleans to Richmond.