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- Bleeding Blue and Gray, by Ira Rutkow.
Civil War Surgery and the Evolution of American Medicine.
- Civil War Hospital Sketches, by Louisa May Alcott.
Alcott's accounts of her work as a volunteer nurse in an army hospital, written during the winter of 1862-63.
- Civil War Medicine, by C. Keith Wilbur.
Illustrated Living History Series.
- Civil War Medicine: Care & Comfort of the Wounded, by Robert E. Denney.
The history of the medical services on both sides of the War, using excerpts from letters, diaries and journals.
- Civil War Medicine: Challenges and Triumphs, by Alfred Jay Bollet.
Bollet presents a history of how medical personnel on both sides of the Civil War met the challenges presented them.
- Civil War Pharmacy, by Michael A. Flannery.
A History of Drugs, Drug Supply and Provision, and Therapeutics for the Union and Confederacy.
- Doctors in Blue, by George Worthington Adams.
The Medical History of the Union Army in the Civil War.
- Doctors in Gray, by Horace Herndon Cunningham.
The Confederate Medical Service.
- The Encyclopedia of Civil War Medicine , by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein.
This encyclopedia offers detailed coverage of the amazing saga of Civil War medicine on both sides of the conflict.
- Gangrene and Glory, by Frank R. Freemon.
Medical Care during the American Civil War.
- Images of Civil War Medicine, by Gordon E. Dammann, M.D. and Alfred Jay Bollet.
A Photographic History.
- Intensely Human, by Margaret Humphreys.
The Health of the Black Soldier in the American Civil War.
- The Journal of a Civil War Surgeon , by J. Franklin Dyer.
Dyer's journal offers a rare perspective on three years of the Civil War as seen through the eyes of a surgeon at the front.
- Letters of a Civil War Nurse, by Cornelia Hancock.
Cornelia Hancock, 1863-1865: "The Florence Nightingale of America."
- Our Army Nurses, by Mary Gardner Holland.
Stories from Women in the Civil War.
- Personal Memoirs of John H. Brinton, by John H. Brinton.
Civil War Surgeon, 1861-1865.
- This Republic of Suffering, by Drew Gilpin Faust.
Death and the American Civil War.
- Women at the Front, by Jane E. Schultz.
Hospital Workers in Civil War America.
- Years of Change and Suffering, edited by James M. Schmidt and Guy R. Hasegawa.
Modern Perspectives on Civil War Medicine.
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