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Image from page 17 of “Our army nurses. Interesting sketches, addresses, and photographs of nearly one hundred of the noble women who served in hospitals and on battlefields during our civil war” (1895)
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Title: Our army nurses. Interesting sketches, addresses, and photographs of nearly one hundred of the noble women who served in hospitals and on battlefields during our civil war
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Authors: Holland, Mary A. Gardner
Subjects: Military nursing
Publisher: Boston, Mass., B. Wilkins & co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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94 Rebecca Wiswell 298 Mrs. Daniel Schkam 304 Nancy M. Gross 308 Susan Cox …. 312 Miss Elizabeth Wheeler 314 Mary Perkins …. 322 Martha F. Jennison 326 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. Mrs. M. J. BunchKi! Margaret Hamilton . Margaret A. Weed Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas Mrs. Mary Y. Knowles Betsey A. Cook Eunice M. Brown, nee Fairbank Mrs. Elvira Mason Jane M. Worrall Fannie A. Harper Elizabeth O. Gibson Matilda E. Morris Mrs. Cecilia White . Mrs. L. H. Husington Adeliza Perry Mary E. Darling Mrs. Hannah E. Starbird Mrs. M. J. Boston Mrs. Rebecca R. Pomkoy . Sophronia E. Brecklin Elizabeth A. Hyatt Kate M. Duncan Adelaide E. Spurgeon Mrs. Fannie H. Titus-Hazen Mrs. Delia B. Fay Sumners Advance at Antietem M. V. Harkin . Mrs. J. T. Richards Mary E. Bell . Mrs. Helen E.. Smith Mother Ransom Mother Bickerdyke Helen Gilson Appomatox Court House, a. Lees Shattered Army TAGE. 33033G34435035435636037237638238639040240641241.S422424432442446452454466476482486 4;m; 500504510516534545546 10 OUR ARMY NURSES.
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INTRODUCTION. To no class of people are the soldiers of the late war moreindebted than to the Army Nurses. How the eyes of the oldveteran fill with tears when, at our camp fires, some old ladyis introduced, and the presiding officer says, Boys, shewas an army nurse. For a moment the distinguished officerspresent are forgotten, and they gather around the dear oldlady, eager to grasp her hand and say some kind and lovingword in appreciation of her services. I have often witnessedsuch a greeting at the annual reunion of New Hampshireveterans at the Weirs, when Aunt Harriet Dame has beenpresented. The work of the army nurse began as soon as Sumter was.fired upon. Within thirty days after the call for 75,000men, made by President Lincoln, April 14,1861, the WomansCentral Association, of New York, had chosen, from hundredsof candidates, one hundred competent women to be trainedby the physicians and surgeons of New York as nurses in thearmy hospitals. June 10, 1861, Miss Dorothea Dix was app
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