Great to see the school is alive & well!
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Great to see the school is alive & well!
All I have read they were second year medical students assigned to either hospitals or brown water navy hospital ships. See the book "Wounded River".
If you missed it .... YOU MISSED IT!!!! It was a fantastic site even for the medical personnel!!!
I can't wait for next years Blue Gray Gettysburg!
The reference to a dental officer places this in 1911 or after as the dental corps for the US Army was not formed until that date.
The Presidential Museum at Springfield , Illinois in the Medical exhibit also had a "bit bullet" --- I'm tired of seeing bit bullets. I makes me want to tell curators to bite on one while I poke them...
17th Corps Field Hospital will be thinking of you! We'll be at Raymond 2 weeks after!
Dr. Robert Karczewski from Marquette University Dental School in Milwaukee, WI conducted research on some "human bit", Civil War bullets and reported that research at the 2011 Society of Civil War...
I am looking for USED tents for our unit!
The 17th Corps Field Hospital, Inc. is expanding (Northern Illinois Unit). We are looking for two, 7 foot "A's" for new members. Prefer tents with sod cloths & overlap on door. We will be at Shiloh,...
Updated information on Blue Gray Alliance 150th Shiloh:
A bit of information I thought you all needed to see. Please keep this in mind as you speak and listen to your folks talk about all the 150 th...
Those of you that are attending the Blue-Gray Alliance Shiloh (camping on the original Confederate Hospital grounds) please e-mail me & let me know when you will be arriving. We will be escorting the...
Try the following:
Google Scholar not Google Books http://scholar.google.com/
Internet archive: http://www.archive.org/details/florencenighting01rich
Digital Collections from the National...
The Dixie Leatherworks is a 1862 version. If you are looking for an 1863 Kidney field medical chest, I have a man in Wisconsin that made a perfect duplicate from pictures that I supplied that were...
Keep an eye out on E-bay for the books. You can also look for CD's of these which are available from a number of book sellers on line.
I want one of those scewtop bottles with the plastic top for my medical table just like Clara Barton used on the History Channel. I think it was pretty!:twisted:
First Federal Division is looking for Medical reenactors to fall in at the 150th Shiloh - Blue-Gray Event. Contact me at email@example.com. THis will be a super event of original land!
First Federal Medical is looking for Medical personnel at Shiloh. The 145th was just fun. THIS WILL BE A "DON'T MISS IT!" Contact FFD medical at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Send me an e-mail to email@example.com & I will forward you the forms we use. They are from the regulations & from copied from originals in the Illinois Archives used under Gen. Grant & Gen....
The Society is at:
Membership is $35.00 per year. Check out the website. We have lots of info & a National Conference each year!
Civil War Medicine is the definitive book out there. Dr. Alfred J. Bollet used many sources for the book including the Medical & Surgical History of the Civil War. It is well researched & gives you...
If there are any Federal surgeons going to First Manassas in July 2011 or to Wilson's Creek in August 2011 that would like to hook up with our unit 17th Corps under the First Federal Division, please...
The buckles are period correct and available in brass from River Junction Trade Company in Iowa. they are $1.20 each or $10.00 for a pack of 10.
DIRT CHEEP way to make your own!
I can get the proper canvas in a long strip from Hobby Lobby in my neighborhood. I just sew the buckle on. Works great. The canvas looks like a thin canteen strap. Perfect size.
I will hopefully see Ed next week at the Society of Civil War Surgeons Conference in Williamsburg, VA. He will be at the Board Meeting. I will ask him about a kit for you.
Our unit will be on the Union side. Hope to visit with you.