WOMAN'S WORK IN THE CIVIL WAR:
HEROISM, PATRIOTISM AND PATIENCE.
BY L. P. BROCKETT, M. D.,
AUTHOR OF "HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR," "PHILANTHROPIC RESULTS OF THE WAR," "OUR GREAT
CAPTAINS," "LIFE OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN," "THE CAMP, THE BATTLE
FIELD, AND THE HOSPITAL," &C., &C.
MARY C. VAUGHAN.
WITH AN INTRODUCTION,
HENRY W. BELLOWS, D.D., President U. S. Sanitary Commission.
ILLUSTRATED WITH SIXTEEN STEEL ENGRAVINGS.
ZEIGLER, MCCURDY & CO., PHILADELPHIA, PA.; CHICAGO, ILL.; CINCINNATI, OHIO; ST. LOUIS, MO.
R. H. CURRAN, 48 WINTER STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 1867.
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Book title: Woman's Work in the Civil War:A Record of Heroism, Patriotism and Patience.
Contributors: L. P. Brockett - Author, Mary C. Vaughan - Author.
Publisher: Zeigler, McCurdy.
Place of publication: Philadelphia.
Publication year: 1867.
Page number: 1.
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