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SCARCE! Civil War Nurses Book RED CROSS WRC
Item #: CWB2520
SCARCE! Civil War Nurses Book RED CROSS WRC SCARCE! Civil War Nurses Book RED CROSS WRC SCARCE! Civil War Nurses Book RED CROSS WRC SCARCE! Civil War Nurses Book RED CROSS WRC SCARCE! Civil War Nurses Book RED CROSS WRC
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(SHIPPING WILL ADJUSTED AS THE CKOUT SYSTEM AUTOMATICALLY CHARGES 5.OO DOLLARS FOR THE FIRST ITEM)Offered for SALE is this neat old antique 1897 hardbound BOOK titled; OUR ARMY NURSES - Interesting Sketches and Photographs of Over One Hundred of the Noble Women Who Served in Hospitals and On Battle Fields During Our Late Civil War, 1861 - 1865 - Compiled by MARY A. GARDNER HOLLAND - Published in the Interests of the Army Nurses - Sold by Subscription-B. Wilkins & co., Publishers, Boston, Mass., Copyright 1895. HB Leather cover with spine that is chipping away (some missing). This could be easily redone or repaired. Pages are gilted and are tight and very, very clean! Contains 600 pages filled with personal narratives, recollections, stories, illustrations and photographs of the women who served. From the PREFACE; ......" But there were other women who went forth on the perilous path of real service in the war. They were sunshine at the edge of the battlefields, voices of solace in hospital sufferings. In ways beyond the power of the chaplains they served the dying, receiving last messages and brightening the last hours of many a boy in blue. The privations and dangers which these noble characters endured called for a fortitude equal in many respects to the valor of the soldier. The army nurse was obliged to respond to duty at all times and in all emergencies. She could not measure her time, sleep, or strength. She was under orders to serve to the fullest......Rev. Edward A. Horton - Boston, Mass. " Contents and LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS pages include; MISS MARY A. GARDNER HOLLAND, DUNKER CHURCH, BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER, NATIONAL MONUMENT-GETTYSBURG-PENN., MRS. DOROTHEA LYNDE DIX, MARY A. LIVERMORE, SCENE IN RICHMOND AFTER BATTLE OF FAIR OAKS, CLARA BARTON (pioneer of the Red Cross), MRS. FOWLE, MARY PRINGLE, DR. NANCY M. HILL, MARY A. LOOMIS, MRS. EMMA L. SIMONDS, MARGARET HAYES, ELIZABETH B. NICHOLS, M. ALICE FRUSH, MRS. PAMELIA REID, JULIA S. TOMPKINS, BELLE CODDINGTON, RUTH HELENA SINNOTTE, ELIZABETH S. WARD, LUCY F. BARRON, RENA L. MINER, FIELD HOSPITAL-SAVAGE STATION, VESTA M. W. SWARTS, ELLEN MARSH, CLARA B. HOYT, MARGARET MACKEY, EMILY M. CONE, MODENIA R. WESTON, MARIA W. ABBEY, MRS. WM. N. SPRAGUE, LUCY L. C. KAISER, ELIZABETH J. DUDLEY, SUSAN M. BABCOCK, ELIZABETH P. HUNT, MR. S. C. WRIGHT-WITH SKETCH OF NURSE MOIR, HANNAH C. SHEPPARD, ESTELLE S. JOHNSON, MRS. EMILY E. WOODLEY, MRS. MARY J. WATSON, JANNETTE MAXWELL MORRILL, MRS. ELIZABETH E. ELLIS, MRS. E. F. COPE, MARTHA A. BAKER, MRS. EMMA F. SACKETT, SARAH K. CLARK, JANE E. DUNBAR, MARY A. STINEBOUGH-BRADFORD, MISS MARY VENARD, MRS. ELIZABETH THOMPSON, HANNAH L. PALMER, MARY M. BRIGGS, LAURAETTA C. BALCH, MARY A. ELLIS, LOUISA E. KAMP, AMANDA M. FELCH, MARY E. MOORE, LOIS H. DUNBAR, REBECCA WISWELL, MRS. DANIEL SCHRAM, NANCY M. GROSS, SUSAN COX, MISS ELIZABETH WHEELER, MARY PERKINS, MARTHA F. JENNISON, MRS. M. J. BUNCHER, MARGARET HAMILTON, MARGARET A. WEED, MRS. ELIZABETH LUCAS, MRS. MARY F. KNOWLES, BETSEY A. COOK, EUNICE M. BROWN - nee FAIRBANKS, 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. POMROY, SOPHRONIA E. BRECKLIN, ELIZABETH A. HYATT, KATE M. DUNCAN, ADELAIDE E. SPURGEON, MRS. FANNIE H. TITUS-HAZEN, MRS. DELIA B. FAY, SUMNER'S ADVANCE AT ANTIETEM (Antietam), M. V. HARKIN, MRS. HELEN E. SMITH, "MOTHER" RANSOM, "MOTHER" BICKERDYKE, HELEN GILSON, APPOMATOX (Appomattox) COURT HOUSE-VA., LEE'S SHATTERED ARMY, HARRIET P. DAME, CAROLINE A. BURGHARDT, HARRIET M. SCOTT, MRS. L. B. DOWNS, MOTHER MARY OF ST. ANGELA, MOTHER EUPHEMIA, REBECCA WRIGHT, MRS. ANNA ETHERIDGE HOOKS
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