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Three years in field hospitals of the Army of the Potomac

by Holstein, Anna Morris Ellis "Mrs. W. H. Holstein."

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Published by J.B. Lippincott & co. in Philadelphia .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Chapter IV (p. 91-131) relates to the experience of returned prisoners of war.

Statementby Mrs. H.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE621 .H75
The Physical Object
Pagination131 p. ;
Number of Pages131
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24610903M
LC Control Number02018802

The field hospital was especially valuable, as it could be established as a single bed facility or as three bed facilities, which gave the army surgeon a great deal of flexibility in providing needed health-services support. 38 The field hospital was considered a semimobile station hospital designed to provide "definitive surgical and. Army of the Potomac’s bloody defeat at Fredericksburg, Virginia, in December , under Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside. After Hooker had replaced Burnside, he developed a plan to hold Lee’s 60, ill-supplied Confederates at Fredericksburg with a small part of the Army of .

  For this last post about Marylanders in the Army of the Potomac, I want to discuss the story of the Prentiss brothers, two Baltimoreans who served in opposing armies. The Union brother, Lt. Col. Clifton Prentiss, was part of the Army of the Potomac’s 6 th Corps. He was mortally wounded in one of the last battles, the April 2, , assault. Mrs. Emily E. (Wilson) Woodley was active in nursing during the cholera epidemic in Philadelphia, and when the war came on was ready for nursing the sick and wounded. She went to the front and enlisted , and remained until She served on the field with the Army of the Potomac, and also in the West.

  Hi, I'm looking for information on the Ambulance Corps of the Army of the James and of the Potomac and I'd really like to find anything on Private Stephen Bailey (Bailey as in Frederick Bailey Douglass), Co. 'C,' 19th USCT, who was detached from his company by Special Or Ap , to 4th Division, IX Corps. Following the outbreak of the Seminole War in December , he was sent to Florida early in the following year where for three years he saw much field duty against the elusive Indians of that state. In he was. sent to duty at Buffalo Barracks, N. Y., and in January to Detroit Barracks, Mich.


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