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  • Alcott, Louisa May, 1832-1888. Hospital sketches ; and, Camp and fireside stories / by Louisa M. Alcott. Boston : Roberts Brothers, 1871, c1869.
  • Brockett, L. P. (Linus Pierpont), 1820-1893. Woman's work in the Civil War : a record of heroism, patriotism and patience / by L. P. Brockett and Mary C. Vaughan ; with an introduction by Henry W. Bellows. Bowie, Md. : Heritage Books, 1993. Includes index.
  • Burr, Anna Robeson Brown, 1873-1941. Weir Mitchell, his life and letters, by Anna Robeson Burr. New York city, Duffield & company, 1929.
  • Coatsworth, Stella S. Flood. The loyal people of the North-west, a record of prominent persons, places and events, during eight years of unparalleled American history. By Stella S. Coatsworth, with an introductory note by Rev. T. M. Eddy. Illustrated with fine steel engravings. Chicago, Church, Goodman & Donnelley, printers, 1869.
  • Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898. Nurse and spy in the Union Army : comprising the adventures and experiences of a woman in hospitals, camps, and battle-fields, by S. Emma E. Edmonds [pseud.]. Hartford, W. S. Williams, 1865.
  • Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898. Nurse and spy in the Union Army : comprising the adventures and experiences of a woman in hospitals, camps, and battle-fields. Hartford, W. S. Williams & Co., 1864.
  • Edmonds, S. Emma E. (Sarah Emma Evelyn), 1841-1898. Nurse and spy : thrilling story of the adventures of a woman who served as a Union soldier/ by Miss S. Emma Edmonds (Mrs. Seelye) [pseud.] Washington, The National Tribune, 1900.
  • Finch, Edwin Ward, 1831- The frontier, army and professional life / of Edwin W. Finch ; with suggestive thoughts from his own personal experiences in the treatment of pneumonia, etc. New York : Press of Simmons, Manning & Dawson, 1909.
  • Fox, Wells B. What I remember of the Great rebellion / by Wells B. Fox. Lansing, Mich. : Darius D. thorp, Printer and Binder, 1892. Includes index.
  • Greenbie, Marjorie Latta Barstow, 1891- Lincoln's daughters of mercy. New York, G.P. Putnamm's Sons [1944] Includes bibliographical notes.
  • Gunn, Jane Augusta Terry. Memorial sketches of Doctor Moses Gunn, by his wife. With extracts from his letters and eulogistic tributes from his colleagues and friends. Chicago, W. T. Keener, 1889.
  • Henshaw, Sarah Edwards Tyler, 1822-1894. Our branch and its tributaries; being a history of the work of the Northwestern Sanitary Commission and its auxiliaries, during the war of the rebellion. By Mrs. Sarah Edwards Henshaw. Including a full report of receipts and disbursements, by E. W. Blatchford, treasurer; and an introductory chapter, by Hon. Mark Skinner. Chicago, A. L. Sewell, 1868.
  • Hurn, Ethel Alice. Wisconsin women in the war between the states, by Ethel Alice Hurn. [Madison] Wisconsin history commission, 1911.
  • Hutchinson, Stephen James, 1830- Papers [microform] Mt. Pleasant, Mich. : Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University, 1970. Includes correspondence between Hutchinson and his brother during the Civil War, as well as letters to his wife, and an autobiography of his daughter, Winifred Hutchinson Schroeder.
  • Irwin, J. D. Establishment of tent field hospitals, for the treatment of the wounded, on the field of battle by J. D. Irwin. [Washington, D.C.?] : Surgeon General's Office, 1883.
  • Jolly, Ellen Ryan. Nuns of the battlefield, by Ellen Ryan Jolly, LL. D. [Providence, The Providence Visitor Press, c1927] Includes bibliography.
  • Livermore, Mary Ashton Rice, 1820-1905. My story of the war : a woman's narrative of four years personal experience as nurse in the Union army, and in relief work at home, in hospitals, camps, and at the front, during the war of the rebellion. Hartford, Conn., A. D. Worthington and company, 1890 [c1887] Includes list and description of battle-flags.
  • Lyle, William W., 1825- Lights and shadows of army life : or, Pen pictures from the battlefield, the camp, and the hospital. Cincinnati : R. W. Carroll, 1865.
  • O'Brien, Frank A., 1851-1921. Forgotten heroines, by Frank A. O'Brien. Lansing, Michigan Historical Commission, 1916.
  • Smith, George Winston. Medicines for the Union Army; the United States Army laboratories during the civil War. Madison, Wis., American Institute of the History of Pharmacy, 1962. Includes index.
  • Strait, N. A. (Newton Allen), d. 1922. Roster of all regimental surgeons and assistant surgeons in the late war, with their service, and last-known post-office address. Comp. from official records by N.A. Strait...for use of United States Pension Office. [Washington?] 1882. Arranged by state, alphabetically, without index.
  • United States Christian Commission. United States Christian Commission for the Army and Navy : for the year 1863, second annual report. Philadelphia : The Commission, 1864.
  • United States Sanitary Commission. A report to the Secretary of War of the operations of the Sanitary Commission, and upon the sanitary condition of the volunteer army, its medical staff, hospitals, and hospital supplies. Washington : McGill & Witherow, 1861.
  • United States Sanitary commission. The soldier's friend. Philadelphia, Perkinpine & Higgins, 1865. United States. Surgeon-General's Office. A report on excisions of the head of the femur for gunshot injury / War Department, Surgeon General's Office. Washington : Government Printing Office, 1869.
  • United States. Surgeon-General's Office. The medical and surgical history of the war of the rebellion, (1861-1865). Prepared, in accordance with the acts of Congress, under the direction of Surgeon General, Joseph K. Barnes, United States Army. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1870-1888. 3 v.
  • Woodward, Joseph Janvier, 1833-1884. Outlines of the chief camp diseases of the United States armies as observed during the present war. A practical contribution to military medicine. by Joseph Janvier Woodward ... Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & co., 1863.


  • Hutchinson, Stephen James (1830- ) Papers, 1862-1865. 1 reel. Civil War letters and papers of a surgeon in Company K, 105th Ohio Infantry, describing his war experience on battlefields of Ken. Microfilmed by Clarke Historical Library in 1970. 1 reel positive.

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