Medicine in the Spanish American War


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Nurses in the Spanish American War

The Hospital Ship SOLACE

With the Wounded Aboard the Transport SENECA

Frank Manning's account of his amputation, the first in Cuba

Acting Assistant Surgeon John Blair Gibbs, U.S. Navy Medical Corps

Morgan Lewis (22nd U.S. Inf.) writes of his recovery after Serving in Cuba

Surgeon Kindleberger's Account of the Battle of Manila Bay

Wounds Received By Americans at the Battle of Manila Bay

Rescuing the Spanish Naval Crews after the Battle of Santiago

A Member of the 4th U.S. Infantry Comments on Santitation

In the Hospital with Martin Schuster, 6th Missouri

 Irving Poole, 1st Texas Writes Home from the Hospital in Miami

Theodore Roosvelt's Round Robin Letter

Conditions at Camp Wikoff

Roster and Cause of Death of Spanish Prisoners Who Died at Portsmouth Navy Yard, Maine

Assistant Surgeon Frank Donaldson, 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry ("Rough Riders")

List of Soldiers Who Died at Camp Wikoff's Detention Camp

The Division Hospital at Camp Poland, Knoxville, Tennessee

List of Soldiers Who Died at Camp Poland, Knoxville, Tennessee

15th Minnesota, Co. H. - The sickest Unit Imaginable!

A Bad Pain in the Head at Camp Thomas, Georgia!

Information on the "Average Soldier"

Roster of the Ohio Volunteer Hospital Corps


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