In Hospital and in Camp - The Civil War through the eyes of its Doctors and Nurses, Harold Elk Straubing.
A selection of ten accounts of the medical services during the
American Civil War, produced by a mix of doctors and nurses, mainly
from the Union side. Includes diaries, letters and narrative accounts,
and ends with some of Walt Whitmann's poems. Varies in tone from
gruesome medical detail to Victorian sentimentality.
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