2 edition of heroic story of the United States Sanitary Commission, 1861-1865 found in the catalog.
heroic story of the United States Sanitary Commission, 1861-1865
William Howell Reed
Reprinted from the Christian register.
|Statement||by William Howell Reed ...|
|LC Classifications||E631.Z5 R3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||11007317|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reed, William Howell, Heroic story of the United States Sanitary Commission, Boston: G.H. Ellis Co The heroic story of the United States Sanitary Commission,By William Howell Reed.
Abstract. Reprinted from the Christian of access: Internet Topics: United States Sanitary Commission.  Livermore, My Story, ; Charles J. Stillé, History of the United States Sanitary Commission: Being the General Report of Its Work during the War of the Rebellion (Philadelphia: J.
Lippincott, ),  Phillip Shaw Paludan, A People’s Contest: The Union & Civil War,2 nd :// The American Civil War began on 12 April when troops in South Carolina fired on Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. Also called the "War between the States" and the "War of Secession", the Civil War lasted until Approximately million soldiers fought in United States Sanitary Commission.
The United States Sanitary Commission (USSC) was a volunteer agency run under government auspices that sought to ensure the health and safety of Union Army soldiers during the American Civil also collected donations of clothing, blankets, food, and medical supplies for military personnel, trained volunteer nurses, and ran a service that located lost or /united-states-sanitary-commission.
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The beginning of the Sanitary Commission is rooted in a meeting at the New York Infirmary for women, with more than 50 women, addressed by Henry Bellows, a Unitarian minister. That meeting led to another at Cooper Institute, and the beginnings of what was first called the Woman’s Central Association of :// Southern States 30 New York (State) 19 New Jersey 18 Maryland 17 North Carolina 17 United States--History--Civil War, 17 Great Britain 16 Tennessee 16 Kentucky 14 Massachusetts 13 South Carolina 13 Georgia 11 Philadelphia (Pa.) 10 Illinois 9 Connecticut 7 New York (N.Y.) 7 West Virginia 7 Wisconsin 7 Louisiana 6 Mississippi River ?lookfor="United+States+History+Civil+War,+ English: The United States Sanitary Commission was a private relief agency created by federal legislation on Jto support sick and wounded soldiers of the U.S.
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The Civil War was the greatest health disaster the United States has ever experienced, killing more than a million Americans and leaving many others invalided or grieving.
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Lincoln, Davis, Grant, Lee, Sherman, Douglas, Booth, etc. Effectively captures the feel of day-to-day involvement of the leaders of the struggle and their respective zealous viewpoints, as well as their Before the Civil War, Davis served in Congress and worked as President Franklin Pierce's War Secretary.
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