Gangrene and Glory: Medical Care during the American Civil War

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Index of Names
Ackerknecht, Erwin H., historian, 208
Adolphus, Philip, surgeon, 82
Alford, Robert H., physician, 9
Anderson, William H., surgeon, 27
Andrews, Edmund, surgeon, 214
Archer, R. P., captain, 130
Armistead, Lewis, general, 107–11
Armsby, J. H., surgeon, 184
Atlee, Walter F., physician, 52
Balche, George T., army officer, 145–46
Barnes, Joseph K., surgeon general, 23, 86, 143, 161, 190–91
Barry, Arthur, surgeon, 107
Bartholow, Roberts, surgeon, 23, 67, 210
Barton, Clara, nurse, 58, 172
Baruch, Bernard, statesman, 200
Baruch, Simon, surgeon, 112–13, 124, 200, 205
Battey, Robert, surgeon, 150
Beam, Ansell H., corporal, 186, 188
Beauregard, Pierre J. T., general, 140
Beers, Fannie A., nurse, 153–54
Bell, William, photographer, 161
Bellows, Henry W., minister, 37, 40
Bemis, Edson D., corporal, 182–83, 185, 215
Benjamin, Judah P., secretary of war, 32
Berrien, James H., surgeon, 27
Berry, A. J., surgeon, 69
Bickerdyke, Mary A., nurse, 54–57, 60, 191, 198
Bieswanger, Jacob, private, 108, 114–15, 192
Bigelow, J. K., civilian surgeon, 198
Billings, John Shaw, surgeon, 160–61, 200
Bissel, Evelyn L., surgeon, 82
Bixby, George H., surgeon, 63
Blackwell, Elizabeth, physician, 64
Blanton, Wyndham B., author, 32
Bloodgood, Delevan, surgeon, 94
Bollet, Alfred J., physician, 212
Bolton, James, surgeon, 81
Bolton, John J., surgeon, 127, 238
Bontecou, R. B., surgeon, 189
Booth, John Wilkes, assassin, 200
Boyd, Mark, author, 208
Bowditch, Henry I., physician, 87
Bowditch, Nathaniel, army officer, 88
Bowles, R. C., surgeon, 94, 166
Breckinridge, John C., vice president, 48
Breeden, James O., historian, 159
Briggs, Charles Edward, surgeon, 163
Brinton, John H., surgeon, 35, 54, 61, 65, 86, 161, 200, 215
Brodie, Robert L., surgeon, 27
Brown, Charles, private, 177
Brown, John, assassin, 81, 105
Browne, John M., surgeon, 95–99
Browne, P. F., surgeon, 79
Bryan, James, surgeon, 163–64
Buchanan. Franklin, naval officer, 166–67
Buford, A. S., army officer, 79
Burton. O. Vernon. historian. 9
Butcher, Robert A:, , private, 188
Butler, Benjamin, general, 141, 216, 217
Cabell, John L., surgeon, 24, 29, 79–80
Cameron, Simon, secretary of war, 37
Campbell, Henry F., surgeon, 77, 204
Carlton, David, historian, 9
Carrigan, Jo Ann, author, 218
Carrington, E., army officer, 130
Carrington, William, surgeon, 80, 95, 129
Carswell, William A., surgeon, 27
Chisolm, J. J., surgeon, 29, 127, 130, 200
Claiborne, John H., army officer, 79
Clark, Carroll Henderson, private, 157–58
Cochise, chief of the Apaches, 19, 28, 57
Colburn, Amanda M., nurse, 55
Connelly, Thomas, author, 13
Conrad, Daniel, surgeon, 82, 94–95, 166, 200
Cooper, George E., surgeon, 144
Covey, Edward N., surgeon, 27
Craighill, Edward A., surgeon, 79
Crane, Charles H., surgeon, 136, 160–61, 191, 202
Crawford, Samuel W., surgeon, 29
Crommelin, Oliver, surgeon's steward, 166
Crutchfield, Stapleton, army officer, 102
Cursey, G. W., surgeon, 150
Curtis, Edward, surgeon, 160–61, 190
Dammann, Gordon, author, 46
Danker, H. A., surgeon, 166
Davis, Edward B., historian, 9
Davis, Jefferson, president, 29, 30, 58, 140, 189, 204
Davis, S. N., surgeon, 79
Day, Josiah F., Jr., surgeon, 82
Deane, F. H., physician, 160

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