Woman's Work in the Civil War A Record of Heroism, Patriotism, and Patience
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Woman's Work in the Civil War A Record of Heroism, Patriotism, and Patience

By L. P. (Linus Pierpont) Brockett, Mary C. Vaughan
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  • Woman's Work in the Civil War:
    • A RECORD
      • OF
    • OF
    • HEROISM, PATRIOTISM AND PATIENCE
      • BY
    • BY
    • L. P. BROCKETT, M.D.,
      • AND
    • AND
    • MRS. MARY C. VAUGHAN.
      • WITH AN INTRODUCTION,
        • ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTEEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
        • ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO.,
        • R. H. CURRAN,
        • 1867.
        • L. P. BROCKETT,
      • ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTEEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
      • ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO.,
      • R. H. CURRAN,
      • 1867.
      • L. P. BROCKETT,
      • TO
    • WITH AN INTRODUCTION,
      • ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTEEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
      • ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO.,
      • R. H. CURRAN,
      • 1867.
      • L. P. BROCKETT,
    • ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTEEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
    • ZEIGLER, McCURDY & CO.,
    • R. H. CURRAN,
    • 1867.
    • L. P. BROCKETT,
    • TO
    • The Loyal Women of America,
      • WHOSE PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTIONS, TOILS AND SACRIFICES, ENABLED THEIR SISTERS, WHOSE HISTORY IS HERE RECORDED, TO MINISTER RELIEF AND CONSOLATION TO OUR WOUNDED AND SUFFERING HEROES;
        • AND WHO BY THEIR DEVOTION, THEIR LABORS, AND THEIR PATIENT ENDURANCE OF PRIVATION AND DISTRESS OF BODY AND SPIRIT, WHEN CALLED TO GIVE UP THEIR BELOVED ONES FOR THE
      • AND WHO BY THEIR DEVOTION, THEIR LABORS, AND THEIR PATIENT ENDURANCE OF PRIVATION AND DISTRESS OF BODY AND SPIRIT, WHEN CALLED TO GIVE UP THEIR BELOVED ONES FOR THE
      • NATION'S DEFENSE,
        • HAVE WON FOR THEMSELVES ETERNAL HONOR, AND THE UNDYING REMEMBRANCE OF THE PATRIOTS OF ALL TIME,
      • HAVE WON FOR THEMSELVES ETERNAL HONOR, AND THE UNDYING REMEMBRANCE OF THE PATRIOTS OF ALL TIME,
      • WE DEDICATE THIS
      • VOLUME.
    • WHOSE PATRIOTIC CONTRIBUTIONS, TOILS AND SACRIFICES, ENABLED THEIR SISTERS, WHOSE HISTORY IS HERE RECORDED, TO MINISTER RELIEF AND CONSOLATION TO OUR WOUNDED AND SUFFERING HEROES;
      • AND WHO BY THEIR DEVOTION, THEIR LABORS, AND THEIR PATIENT ENDURANCE OF PRIVATION AND DISTRESS OF BODY AND SPIRIT, WHEN CALLED TO GIVE UP THEIR BELOVED ONES FOR THE
    • AND WHO BY THEIR DEVOTION, THEIR LABORS, AND THEIR PATIENT ENDURANCE OF PRIVATION AND DISTRESS OF BODY AND SPIRIT, WHEN CALLED TO GIVE UP THEIR BELOVED ONES FOR THE
    • NATION'S DEFENSE,
      • HAVE WON FOR THEMSELVES ETERNAL HONOR, AND THE UNDYING REMEMBRANCE OF THE PATRIOTS OF ALL TIME,
    • HAVE WON FOR THEMSELVES ETERNAL HONOR, AND THE UNDYING REMEMBRANCE OF THE PATRIOTS OF ALL TIME,
    • WE DEDICATE THIS
    • VOLUME.
    • PREFACE.
    • CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • Woman's Work in the Civil War.
    • INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER.
    • PART I.
      • SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.
    • SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.
    • DOROTHEA L. DIX
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • PART II.
      • LADIES WHO MINISTERED TO THE SICK AND WOUNDED IN CAMP, FIELD AND GENERAL HOSPITALS.
    • LADIES WHO MINISTERED TO THE SICK AND WOUNDED IN CAMP, FIELD AND GENERAL HOSPITALS.
    • CLARA HARLOWE BARTON.[C]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • HELEN LOUISE GILSON.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MRS. JOHN HARRIS.
    • MRS. ELIZA C. PORTER
    • MRS. MARY A. BICKERDYKE.
    • MARGARET E. BRECKINRIDGE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MRS. STEPHEN BARKER
    • AMY M. BRADLEY
    • MRS. ARABELLA G. BARLOW.
    • MRS. NELLIE MARIA TAYLOR.
    • MRS. ADALINE TYLER.
    • MRS. WILLIAM H. HOLSTEIN.
    • MRS. CORDELIA A. P. HARVEY
    • MRS. SARAH R. JOHNSTON.
    • EMILY E. PARSONS.
    • MRS. ALMIRA FALES.
    • MISS CORNELIA HANCOCK.
    • MRS. MARY MORRIS HUSBAND.
    • HOSPITAL TRANSPORT SERVICE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • OTHER LABORS OF SOME OF THE MEMBERS OF THE HOSPITAL TRANSPORT CORPS.
    • KATHERINE P. WORMELEY
    • THE MISSES WOOLSEY.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • ANNA MARIA ROSS.
      • ERECTED BY HER FRIENDS
      • ANNA M. ROSS,
      • Died, December 22, 1863.
    • ERECTED BY HER FRIENDS
    • ANNA M. ROSS,
    • Died, December 22, 1863.
    • MRS. G. T. M. DAVIS.
    • MISS MARY J. SAFFORD
    • MRS. LYDIA G. PARRISH.
    • MRS. ANNIE WITTENMEYER
    • MISS MELCENIA ELLIOTT.
    • MARY DWIGHT PETTES.
    • LOUISA MAERTZ.
    • MRS. HARRIET R. COLFAX.
    • MISS CLARA DAVIS.
    • MRS. R. H. SPENCER.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MRS. HARRIET FOOTE HAWLEY.
    • ELLEN E. MITCHELL.
    • MISS JESSIE HOME.
    • M. VANCE AND M. A. BLACKMAR.
    • H. A. DADA AND S. E. HALL.
    • MRS. SARAH P. EDSON.
    • MISS MARIA M. C. HALL.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • THE HOSPITAL CORPS AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY HOSPITAL, ANNAPOLIS.
    • OTHER LABORS OF SOME OF THE MEMBERS OF THE ANNAPOLIS HOSPITAL CORPS.
    • MRS. A. H. AND MISS S. H. GIBBONS.
    • MRS. E. J. RUSSELL.
    • MRS. MARY W. LEE.
    • MISS CORNELIA M. TOMPKINS.
    • MRS. ANNA C. McMEENS.
    • MRS. JERUSHA R. SMALL.
    • MRS. S. A. MARTHA CANFIELD.
    • MRS. E. THOMAS, AND MISS MORRIS.
    • MRS. SHEPARD WELLS.
    • MRS. E. C. WITHERELL.
    • MISS PHEBE ALLEN.
    • MRS. EDWIN GREBLE.
    • MRS. ISABELLA FOGG.
    • MRS. E. E. GEORGE.
    • MRS. CHARLOTTE E. McKAY.
    • MRS. FANNY L. RICKETTS.
    • MRS. JOHN S. PHELPS.
    • MRS. JANE R. MUNSELL.
    • PART III.
      • LADIES WHO ORGANIZED AID SOCIETIES, AND SOLICITED, RECEIVED AND FORWARDED SUPPLIES TO THE HOSPITALS, DEVOTING THEIR WHOLE TIME TO THE WORK, ETC., ETC.
    • LADIES WHO ORGANIZED AID SOCIETIES, AND SOLICITED, RECEIVED AND FORWARDED SUPPLIES TO THE HOSPITALS, DEVOTING THEIR WHOLE TIME TO THE WORK, ETC., ETC.
    • WOMAN'S CENTRAL ASSOCIATION OF RELIEF
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SOLDIER'S AID SOCIETY OF NORTHERN OHIO
    • NEW ENGLAND WOMEN'S AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION.
    • NORTHWESTERN SANITARY COMMISSION.
    • MRS. A. H. HOGE.
    • MRS. MARY A. LIVERMORE.
    • GENERAL AID SOCIETY FOR THE ARMY, BUFFALO.
    • MICHIGAN SOLDIERS' AID SOCIETY
    • WOMEN'S PENNSYLVANIA BRANCH OF U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION.
    • WISCONSIN SOLDIER'S AID SOCIETY.
    • PITTSBURG BRANCH, U. S. SANITARY COMMISSION.
    • MRS. ELIZABETH S. MENDENHALL.
    • DEPARTMENT OF THE SOUTH.
    • SAINT LOUIS LADIES' UNION AID SOCIETY.
    • LADIES' AID SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA
    • WOMEN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF BROOKLYN AND LONG ISLAND.
    • LADIES' UNION RELIEF ASSOCIATIONS OF BALTIMORE.
    • MRS. C. T. FENN.
    • MRS. JAMES HARLAN.
    • NEW ENGLAND SOLDIERS' RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
    • PART IV.
      • LADIES DISTINGUISHED FOR SERVICES AMONG THE FREEDMEN AND REFUGEES.
    • LADIES DISTINGUISHED FOR SERVICES AMONG THE FREEDMEN AND REFUGEES.
    • MRS. FRANCES D. GAGE.
    • MRS. LUCY GAYLORD POMEROY.
    • MARIA R. MANN.
    • SARAH J. HAGAR
    • MRS. JOSEPHINE R. GRIFFIN.
    • MRS. M. M. HALLOWELL.
    • OTHER FRIENDS OF THE FREEDMEN AND REFUGEES.
    • PART V.
      • LADIES DISTINGUISHED FOR SERVICES IN SOLDIERS' HOMES, VOLUNTEER REFRESHMENT SALOONS, ON GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL TRANSPORTS, ETC.
    • LADIES DISTINGUISHED FOR SERVICES IN SOLDIERS' HOMES, VOLUNTEER REFRESHMENT SALOONS, ON GOVERNMENT HOSPITAL TRANSPORTS, ETC.
    • MRS. O. E. HOSMER.
    • MISS HATTIE WISWALL.
    • MRS. LUCY E. STARR.
    • CHARLOTTE BRADFORD
    • UNION VOLUNTEER REFRESHMENT SALOON OF PHILADELPHIA.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • MRS. R. M. BIGELOW.
    • MISS SHARPLESS AND ASSOCIATES.
    • PART VI.
      • LADIES DISTINGUISHED FOR OTHER SERVICES IN THE NATIONAL CAUSE.
    • LADIES DISTINGUISHED FOR OTHER SERVICES IN THE NATIONAL CAUSE.
    • MRS. ANNIE ETHERIDGE
    • DELPHINE P. BAKER
    • MRS. S. BURGER STEARNS.
    • BARBARA FRIETCHIE.
    • MRS. HETTY M. McEWEN.
    • OTHER DEFENDERS OF THE FLAG.
    • MILITARY HEROINES.
    • THE WOMEN OF GETTYSBURG.
    • LOYAL WOMEN OF THE SOUTH.
    • MISS HETTY A. JONES.[N]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • FINAL CHAPTER.
    • THE FAITHFUL BUT LESS CONSPICUOUS LABORERS.
    • INDEX
      • OF NAMES OF WOMEN WHOSE SERVICES ARE RECORDED IN THIS BOOK.
    • OF NAMES OF WOMEN WHOSE SERVICES ARE RECORDED IN THIS BOOK.
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