Civil War Medicine: Conclusion

Thank you for reading along with our recent series about Civil War medicine. Here’s the summary of the blog series, and we’re extending a “thank you” to all the authors who wrote about the topic over the last few weeks.

Civil War Medicine: Introduction

Civil War Medicine: Sound Medical Advice…Or Not (Sheritta Bitikofer)

Civil War Medicine: Help! How Do I Find…? (Sarah Kay Bierle)

Civil War Medicine: Andrew Henderson, John Pope, and a Challenging Medical Decision at Sea (Neil P. Chatelain)

ECW Weekender: National Museum of Civil War Medicine (Sheritta Bitikofer)

Civil War Medicine: “I Should Have Had The Hand Taken Off” (Sarah Kay Bierle)

Civil War Medicine: John Chase and the Lasting Legacies of Wartime Medicine (Jon Tracey)

Civil War Medicine: Florence Nightingale, The Influencer (Sheritta Bitikofer)

Civil War Medicine: Dr. Abner O. Shaw and the hard-on-surgeons 20th Maine (Brian Swartz)

Civil War Medicine: “Have You Nerve Enough For Such Things?” (Sarah Kay Bierle)

Question of the Week: 10/3-10/9/22

Civil War Medicine: John Wesley Powell and the Wounds of War (Cecily Nelson Zander)

Civil War Medicine: So . . . Just What is a Wound Dresser? (Meg Groeling)

Civil War Medicine: Andersonville’s Medical Horrors (Steve Davis)

Civil War Medicine: The Blue & Gray Hospital Association (Guest Post)

Civil War Medicine: Common Diseases of the Civil War (Paige Gibbons Backus)

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3 Responses to Civil War Medicine: Conclusion

  1. nygiant1952 says:

    Nice series. Thanks!

  2. Brian Swartz says:

    This has been a great series!

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