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Confederate Hospitals on the Move

Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee

by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein

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Published by University of South Carolina Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American history,
  • Civil war,
  • Medicine,
  • Military - United States,
  • Military - General,
  • History,
  • History - Military / War,
  • History: American,
  • USA,
  • United States - Civil War,
  • History / Military / General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages236
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8695248M
    ISBN 10157003155X
    ISBN 109781570031557
    OCLC/WorldCa39872235

    - Hospitals, doctors, nurses, ambulances, medicine, and methods of helping the wounded. See more ideas about War, American civil war and Civil war photos pins. Richmond's Wartime Hospitals. Gretna, La.: Penguin Publishing Co., Chisolm, John Julian. A Manual of Military Surgery for the Use of Surgeons in the Confederate Army with an Appendix of the Rules and Regulations of the Medical Department of the Confederate Army. Charleston, S.C.: Evans & Cogswell, Cunningham, Horace Herndon. mobile Confederate hospitals in the Western Theater, Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee. These Confederate hospitals were organized by Samuel H. Stout. Green builds on Schroeder-Lein's work in revising the image of the Civil War surgeon and medicine, she presents a detailed picture of probably the best.


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Confederate Hospitals on the Move by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Confederate Hospitals on the Move Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein adds to the Confederate Hospitals on the Move book of the Army of Tennessee by Confederate Hospitals on the Move book on a much neglected aspect of the war-medical care.

Her story of Samuel Hollingsworth Stout serves to illuminate how doctors survived during Confederate Hospitals on the Move book Civil War in an environment of death.

When one thinks of the Civil War one does not immediately think of the hospitals and the myriad of problems associated with them. This extremely well researched and documented book goes into fascinating detail of the people, the problems and how they worked to overcome problems of shortages, constantly moving with the tide of battle campaigns and organization in times of Cited by: 7.

Savannah had a hospital early in the war, and general hospitals were established in Atlanta early inalthough little is known Confederate Hospitals on the Move book the general hospitals in Georgia before they were incorporated into the Army of Tennessee system directed by Samuel H.

Stout. A Tennessean and an excellent administrator, Stout had been in charge of the hospitals in. Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H.

Stout and the Army of Tennessee Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein Univ of South Carolina Press, - History - pages. : Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee () by Lein, Glenna R.

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Confederate Hospitals on the Move tells the story of one innovative Confederate doctor and his successful administration of more than sixty mobile military hospitals scattered throughout the western theater.

Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein describes how Price: $ Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee at Read honest and /5. Get this from a library. Confederate hospitals on the move: Samuel H.

Stout and the Army of Tennessee. [Glenna R Schroeder-Lein; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)]. Confederate hospitals on the move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee by Glenna R. Schroeder Call Number: Tompkins-McCaw Library Confederate Hospitals on the Move book Collections and Archives ES37 ISBN: XAuthor: Confederate Hospitals on the Move book Koste.

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The Confederate Hospitals book is an exceptional compilation of information on Confederate soldiers. So many people in our area have Confederate soldiers in their families, including my own. Confederate Hospitals on the Move book R.

Schroeder-Lein, author "Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee". STATE: CITY: HOSPITAL: MEDICAL OFFICER (SURGEON) Alabama: Mobile: Nott: G.A. Nott: Alabama: Mobile: General: W.C.

Cavanaugh: Alabama: Mobile: General/Ross: S.L. This work provides in-depth information and analysis of Confederate medicine in the Army of Tennessee using primary sources and individual patient records in a form not previously available.

There are diagnosis, approximat patients for thirteen states, and more than numbered and named units. The two hospitals under discussion originated in Atlanta in. The Civil War saw significant developments in the treatment of wounded soldiers on and behind the battlefield.

To understand the structure and function of Civil War hospitals, it is necessary to know the organization of the medical department of the pre-Civil War army and its subsequent development in the Union and Confederate Armies. Although Kate Cumming was definitely a woman of her times and a tried and true Confederate (including her feelings regarding race and class), I still found this book very interesting.

She discusses the conditions of the Confederate hospitals, talks about them having to move around all the time, and gives name after name of who died the night /5.

The Confederate Hospitals of Madison, Georgia. likes. The Confederate Hospitals of Madison, Georgia / their records & histories / by Followers:   Confederate Nurse Fannie A. Beers of Pensacola, Fla., served in Ringgold.

This from her book “Memories,” published in “The courthouse, one church, a warehouse and stores and hotels were converted into hospitals,” she wrote. “Row after row. Ocmulgee Hospital records, Call Number: Manuscript Collection No. The Ocmulgee Hospital, Macon, Georgia, was a hospital of the Confederate States of America and was under the direction of Stanford E.

Chaille,who became dean of the medical school at Tulane University. Schroeder-Lein, Confederate Hospitals on the Move, () "Order Book and Letter Book," Wayside Hospital, Charleston27 July and 9 MaySCL.

() "Time Table of the Hours at Which Medicines are to be given--For the Guidance of Nurses, Matrons, & Wardmasters," Chimborazo Records, Vol. 18 quoted in Carol Carnmer Green. Confederate medical personnel, other than medical officers, were civilian employees of the government of the Confederate States of America who mostly worked in army hospitals throughout the South.

The main source of information about, and references to, hospital personnel is hospital rolls, (entry 28).

Major Samuel Hollingsworth Stout (March 3, – Septem ) was an American farmer, slaveholder, teacher and surgeon. In the Antebellum Era, he was the owner of a farm with slaves in Giles County, the American Civil War, he was a surgeon to the Army of Tennessee and later in charge of sixty hospitals for the Confederate States Army in Born: March 3,Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.

The key player in Confederate hospitals was the division surgeon. A surgeon oversaw three or more wards, mess halls, laundries, supply rooms and, in some cases, a guard house. It especially complements the series's A Woman Doctor 's Civil War: Esther Hill Hawks ' Diary (1 ).

James O. Breeden Southern Methodist University Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee. By Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein. (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, Pp.

This is a list of Confederate monuments and memorials in the state of Georgia. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there are at least public spaces with Confederate monuments in Georgia. A law from the early twentieth century, last amended insays that no publicly owned military monuments can be relocated, removed, concealed, obscured, or altered unless.

Confederate Hospitals: Cuthbert, Georgia by Lela Phillips and Karan Pittman (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review. About this product. Stock photo; Stock photo. African Americans, free and enslaved, provided care for wounded soldiers in Union and some Confederate hospitals. The survival of the military hospital was dependent upon their work.

Employed in white-only and black-only facilities, African Americans were able to move beyond the confines of private employment to a more public environment. The book covers a relatively short period in the war and follows several characters, from lowly foot soldiers through to the Confederate General Stonewall Jackson.

Kenneally manages to capture the horror of the battles along with the minutiae of human experience as well as explaining the rationale for the South wanting to secede from the Union.4/5. A journal of hospital life in the Confederate army of Tennessee: from the battle of Shiloh to the end of the war: with sketches of life and character, and brief notices of.

If you turn to page in volume 6 of the behemoth Medical and Surgical History of the War of the Rebellion (–88), you will see a two hundred— word paragraph on the subject of “female nurses”—the only reference to the topic in the twelve-volume set.

As early asCharles Stillé observed in his History of the United States Sanitary Commission that “for some reason, not. Bonnie Harris's The Confederate Hospitals of Madison, Georgia: their records & histories certainly fits into this group.

The four hospitals under the microscope — Asylum, Blackie, Stout and May — served the CSA's Army of Tennessee and relocated when required to do so by the fortunes of war.

Gentlemen, The majority of the papers of Dr. Samuel H. Stout are located at the University of Texas at Austin, however, for the story on the dispersion can be found in "Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H.

Stour and the Army of Tennessee" by Glenna R. People interested in the Confederate Hospitals for Georgia and Alabama in Samuel H. Stout's medical district will find useful information in Glenna R.

Schroeder-Lein's book titled "Confederate Hospitals on the Move, Samuel H. Stout and the Army. Ledger of Confederate Medical Practice - containing rules and regulations for military hospitals in Richmond Charles H.

Winston Papers - President of the Richmond Female Institute (GH#4), describes the taking over of the building for the hospital, and its use. These warehouses were converted to hospitals, along with hotels, a college (Lynchburg College), meeting halls, stables and individual people’s homes.

College Hospital admitted more t Confederate casualties during the four years of the Civil War. (record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial offices ("rebel archives") general records of the confederate government records of the confederate congress records of the.

This work tells the story of Samuel Hollingsworth Stout, an innovative Confederate doctor and medical director of the Army of Tennessee, and his successful administration and establishment of more than sixty mobile military hospitals scattered throughout the western erate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H.

Stout and the Army of Tennessee (Paperback). Nurses > Confederate States of America > Diaries. United States > History > Civil War, > Personal narratives, Confederate. United States > History >. Page 4. North Carolina, and the Surgeon General of the State, pdf an Executivee Pdf, who shall have power to select and discharge all the officers and attendants required for the Hospital and Hospital Depots; to receive and apply any contributions of money or other things intended for the use of the North Carolina volunteers or Hospital; and to do everything necessary to carry .Surgeon Stout was by the Download pdf Director of Hospitals for the Confederate Army of Tennessee, supervising as many as 60 hospitals in Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi.

Proficient at personnel management, he oversaw all aspects of medical care in this vast area, made more difficult during the later years of the war with.T ebook sign located near buildings used as Confederate hospitals during the war.

Thirty-two hospitals treated 3, - 4, patients at a time, many more after major battles. Thirty-two hospitals treated 3, - 4, patients at a time, many more after major battles.