In Hospital And Camp

Author: Harold Elk Straubing
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811716314
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Gathers selections from letters, journals, and reports that provide eyewitness accounts of conditions at battlefield hospitals

Lights And Shadows Of The Great Rebellion Or The Camp The Battle Field And Hospital

Author: Linus Pierpont Brockett
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Soon, however, this ceased to satisfy her patriotic heart, which longed to give to
the wounded herogs, on the battle field or in the field hospitals, those gentle
ministries which woman only can bestow. After a severe mental struggle with
those conventional ideas which declared it altogether improper for a young lady,
unprotected, to go even on a '1 errand of mercy into the army. she went first with a
car load of supplies to ARMY LIFE IN CAMP, FIELD, AND HOSPITAL. 333 The
Soldiers' ...

Beyond The Battlefield

Author: Catherine Speck
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1780233841
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51 Iso Rae, Cinema Queue, 1916, pastel and gouache on grey paper. women
inhabiting the geographical space of the camp, althoughmanynurses and VADS ,
includingher sister Alison,worked in military hospitals likethis one (illus.52). The
medical complex wasable totreat as manyas 22,000 patients. This drawing
shows rows androws of buildings illuminated by lights within, whileflares on
thehorizon line point to anotherbattle inprogress, which inevitably will bring even
more ...

Battlefield Angels

Author: Scott McGaugh
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1849089094
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When the Okubos reached their unit, they found only a few beds and a wooden
stove for the entire family. Camp rules prohibited them from cooking their own
food, and a howling wind forced them to keep their door closed. Shortages
dictated life in the compound. Students shared textbooks in the makeshift school;
taking books home was out of the question. A lack of medical personnel crippled
the camp's hospital. A patient died while having a seizure because his epileptic
condition ...

Battlefield Medicine

Author: John S. Haller
Publisher: SIU Press
ISBN: 0809387875
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join the expedition, would work at the firing line, administer first aid, and remove
the wounded to a convenient dressing station in the rear, from whence they could
be evacuated by ambulance, bull cart, or such transportation as the country
afforded, to the nearest permanent station.71 The conventional first- aid station
on the field, with an ambulance station and a brigade hospital in the rear of battle,
simply did not work in the “running fights” that the troops experienced when
facing ...

Camp March And Battle Field Or Three Years And A Half With The Army Of The Potomac

Author: Alexander Morrison Stewart
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Labor in Field Hospital. — A few days since I was assigned to duty by the proper
authorities, as chaplain to our Division Hospital, yet with the understanding that
my own Regiment could be visited each day. This hospital for seventeen
regiments, is located about two miles to the rear of the front line. Here the
wounded from these regiments are brought back ; some able to walk, others on
stretchers and in ambulances. Here they have their wounds examined and
dressed and ...

Camp March And Battle Field Or Three Years And A Half With The Army Of The Potomac

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LABOR IN FIELD HOSPITAL—A few days since I was assigned to duty by the
proper authorities, as chaplain to our Division Hospital, yet with. the
understanding that my own Regiment could be visited each day. This hospital for
seventeen regiments, is located about two miles to the rear of the front line. Here
the wounded from these regiments are brought back ; some able to walk, others
on stretchers and in ambulances. Here they have their wounds examined and
dressed and ...

Leaves From The Battlefield Of Gettysburg

Author: Mrs. Edmund A. Souder
Publisher: BIG BYTE BOOKS
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Letters from a Field Hospital (Abridged) Mrs. Edmund A. Souder. nothing helps
us to forget our own sorrows like trying to relieve the sorrows of others. They each
helped me to prepare awhole barrel ofbread for toasting, and Mrs. Reynolds andI
made dipped toast, till you would ,surely have thought that every man was
supplied. I told several ofthe soldiers that we were going to toast the Army of the
Potomac. They are delighted tohave a little home cooking. We made delicious
farina ...