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The Medical department of the United States army in the civil war,

Author(s):
Duncan, Louis C (Louis Caspar)1869-1940
United States Surgeon-General's Office
Title(s):
The Medical department of the United States army in the civil war, by Captain Louis C. Duncan, Medical corps, U. S. Army.
Country of Publication:
United States
Publisher:
[Washington? 191-?]
Description:
1 v. (various pagings)
Language:
English
LCCN:
17-29020
Other Subject(s):
U. S. Army. Medical Dept. / history
Notes:
"The chapters comprising the volume appeared originally as separate articles in the 'Military surgeon.' Upon their compilation a limited number of copies of reprints were obtained by this office and bound together for the use of the Medical corps of the army. The work was never published as a book."--Letter from the Office of the surgeon general, Oct. 19, 1916.
Contents:
Preface.--The battle of Bull Run.--Pope's Virginia campaign.--Evolution of the ambulance corps and field hospital.--The bloodiest day in American history-Antietam.--The battle of Fredericksburg.--High tide of the confederacy-Gettysburg.--The great battle of the West-Chickamauga.--The battle of the Wilderness.--When Sherman marched down to the sea.
NLM ID:
14120240R [Book]

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