3 edition of Roster Of All Regimental Surgeons And Assistant Surgeons In The Late War found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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In this encounter, which lasted some thirty minutes, great gallantry was displayed by both officers and men. African Americans, once accepted, served in segregated units. Doctors would probe the wound with bare, often unwashed, fingers feeling for bullet fragments. The extended, operations of the regiment during this period of its service, and the important results accomplished, are shown in the following extracts from the official report of Colonel Dorr.
Northeast of Columbia we had some skirmishing in which the Eighth had a few wounded. Joseph, and Van Buren counties Mich. Who Joined the Army? In fact, it is reasonable to assume that never did more than half of the total actually take position in battle formation during the entire war and even that many on only a very few occasions. We remained in this position some time without hearing anything of the enemy.
Cavalry also might be stationed near the rear of a battlefield to prevent individuals from making unauthorized exits from the battle. School records show that he was a resident of Northampton County and that he was a member of the class of He was a good citizen, a fast friend, an enemy to all fraud and corruption, and honest man. Eugene Walter resided with his parents, younger sister Emma aged 8and older brothers Philip S.
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The Eighth Iowa Cavalry led the advance and captured a temporary line of works erected by the enemy, Company E taking the most conspicuous part in the capture, and Corporals Pease and Sharp, of that company, particularly distinguishing themselves by their brave conduct, which was subsequently rewarded by their promotion.
Although enemies, they deserve the credit of fighting well. Left Palmetto about 9 p. Elliott, Company H; C. On the 19th, the Eighth, having the advance, charged into Corinth, driving out Ross's Brigade of rebel cavalry. Besides the commanding officer who was a colonelthe regimental staff included 7 officers, 6 enlisted men, a surgeon, and 2 assistant surgeons.
In the night of January 16th, orders were received to move in the morning with four days rations, and, on the 17th, the Eighth, and two other regiments of our brigade First Tennessee and Second Michigan crossed the river and bivouacked beyond Eastport, supported by a brigade of infantry and a section of Napoleon guns.
Republicans saw and understood the world around them in terms of their political ideology. Nelson has shown that some Hoosier Quakers so strongly opposed slavery that they were inspired to take up arms despite their pacifist beliefs.
Repentant rebels have a much greater fear of losing their property than of violating an oath, which, indeed, most of them consider compulsory. Within these limits the constant effort has been to embrace the greatest number of subjects, to arrange them in the best form for reference, and to give the largest amount of practical details, anatomical and operative.
The conflict between the United States and the buffalo seeking Lakotas was a collision between two growing empires. Braden's thigh was shattered by an Indian bullet and he remained on permanent sick leave until his retirement from the Army in In addition, thousands of men volunteered for the Indiana Legion, the reorganized state militia that primarily guarded the southern border of the state.
Albion, Mich. The rebels never made a sustained invasion of the Hoosier state, but they did make occasional raids, such as at Newburgh in For instance, a lieutenant could be exchanged for four privates, or a commanding general for sixty privates, or fifteen lieutenants, or some other combination of men that equaled sixty privates.
A Musical Talent As he grew to manhood, J. Online Services. On the 5th, the Eighth marched for Kentucky to press horses; returning on the 11th with two hundred and seventy-five fine animals. A number of Hoosier units, mounted and unmounted, were detailed to protect lines of communication.
In summing up the history of the regiment for the yearI may be permitted to say that it has seen about as hard and continuous service as has fallen to the lot of any command in the same time. On October 17,the regiment left Camp Roberts, and was conveyed by rail to Louisville, by way of Michigan City and Indianapolis, arriving there and going into camp on October 22d.
Of the Eighth there was not far from one hundred, which was indeed all that was left of the First Brigade. As the venereal disease hospital suggests, promiscuity created yet another health risk for soldiers.
Stories of flag bearers holding the flag aloft despite multiple wounds until others could take their place sound like romanticized fiction, but such actions were commonplace realities among men of both armies. On the 16th, supported Hatch's right wing, whose division did some splendid fighting, and the army achieved the grand victory of that day.
Depending on the location of the army, wounded men would then be taken by steamboat, train, or ship to a general hospital, such as the large facility at Jeffersonville, Indiana.
On arriving at the railroad, pickets were thrown out on all the roads, and the work of destruction upon the road commenced.Smith, Perrin M., Collection, – Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan Univer-sity.
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This estimate places the number of surgeons and assistant-surgeons at too high a figure, as may be shown by the following considerations: a. Many regiments and battalions had not more than two medical officers. b. The casualties of war were much more numerous, and promotion was much more rapid, amongst the line officers than in the Medical Staff.
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and a roster of all the regimental surgeons and assistant surgeons in the late war and hospital service ; reprinted with a new index to names and.
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