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Woman's Work in the Civil War

A record of heroism, patriotism and patience

  • by Linus Pierpont Brockett, 1820-1893; Mary C. Vaughan;Henry Whitney Bellows, 1814-1882
  • published by Zeigler, McCurdy & Co., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1867
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Table of Contents

Dedication
Preface
Introduction -- By Henry W. Bellows, D. D
Introductory Chapter
Part I. Superintendent Of Nurses Miss Dorothea L. Dix
Part II. Ladies Who Ministered To The Sick And Wounded In Camp, Field, And General Hospitals
Clara Harlowe Barton
Helen Louise Gilson
Mrs. John Harris
Mrs. Eliza C. Porter
Mrs. Mary A. Bickerdyke
Margaret Elizabeth Breckenridge By Mrs. J. G. Forman
Mrs. Stephen Barker
Amy M. Bradley
Mrs. Arabella Griffith Barlow
Mrs. Nellie Maria Taylor
Mrs. Adaline Tyler
Mrs. William H. Holstein
Mrs. Cordelia A. P. Harvey By Rev. N. M. Mann
Mrs. Sarah R. Johnston
Emily E. Parsons By Rev. J. G. Forman
Mrs. Almira Fales
Cornelia Hancock
Mrs. Mary Morris Husband
The Hospital Transport Service
Other Labors Of Some Of The Members Of The Hospital Transport Corps
Katherine Prescott Wormeley
The Misses Woolsey
Anna Maria Ross
Mrs. G. T. M. Davis
Mary J. Safford
Mrs. Lydia G. Parrish
Mrs. Annie Wittenmeyer
Melcenia Elliot By Rev. J. G. Forman
Mary Dwight Pettes By Rev. J. G. Forman
Louisa Maertz By Rev. J. G. Forman
Mrs. Harriet R. Colfax
Clara Davis
Mrs. R. H. Spencer
Mrs. Harriet Foote Hawley By Mrs. H. B. Stowe
Ellen E. Mitchell
Jessie Home
Miss Vance And Miss Blackmar By Mrs. M. M. Husband
H. A. Dada And S. E. Hall
Mrs. Sarah P. Edson
Maria M. C. Hall
The Hospital Corps At The Naval Academy Hospital, Annapolis
Other Labors Of Some Of The Members Of The Annapolis Hospital Corps
Mrs. A. H. And Miss S. H. Gibbons
Mrs. E. J. Russell
Mrs. Mary W. Lee
Cornelia M. Tompkins By Rev. J. G. Forman
Mrs. Anna C. MCMeens By Mrs. E. S. Mendenhall
Mrs. Jerusha R. Small By Mrs. E. S. Mendenhall
Mrs. S. A. Martha Canfield By Mrs. E. S. Mendenhall
Mrs. Thomas And Miss Morris
Mrs. Shepard Wells By Rev. J. G. Forman
Mrs. E. C. Witherell By Rev. J. G. Forman
Phebe Allen By Rev. J. G. Forman
Mrs. Edwin Greble
Mrs. Isabella Fogg
Mrs. E. E. George
Mrs. Charlotte E. McKay
Mrs Fanny L. Ricketts
Mrs. John S. Phelps
Mrs. Jane R. Munsell
Part III. Ladies Who Organized Aid Societies, Received And Forwarded Supplies To The Hospitals, Devoting Their Whole Time To The Work, etc.
Woman's Central Association of Relief By Mrs. Julia B. Curtis
Soldiers Aid Society Of Northern Ohio
New England Women's Auxillary Association
The Northwestern Sanitary Commission
Mrs. A. H. Hoge
Mrs. Mary A. Livermore
General Aid Society For The Army, Buffalo
Michigan Soldiers' Aid Society
Women's Pennsylvania Branch Of United States Sanitary Commision
The Wisconsin Soldiers' Aid Society. By Rev. J. G. Forman.
Pittsburg Branch United States Sanitary Commission
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Mendenhall
Department Of The South
St. Louis Ladies' Union Aid Society
Ladies' Aid Society Of Philadelphia & C.
Women's Relief Association Of Brookley And Long Island
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Streeter
Mrs. Curtis T. Fenn
Mrs. James Harlan
New Engand Soldiers' Relief Association
Part IV. Ladies Distinguished For Services Among The Freedmen And Refugees
Mrs. Frances Dana Gage
Mrs. Lucy Gaylord Pomeroy
Maria R. Mann
Sarah J. Hagar
Mrs. Josephine E. Griffin
Mrs. M. M. Hallowell
Other Friends Of The Freedmen And Refugees
Part V. Ladies Distinguised For Services In Soldiers Homes, Volunteer Refreshment Saloons, On Government Hospital Transports Etc.
Mrs. O. E. Hosmer
Miss Hattie Wiswall
Mrs. Lucy E. Starr
Miss Charlotte Bradford
Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon Of Philadelphia
Mrs. R. M. Bigelow
Miss Hattie R. Sharpless And Her Associates
Part VI. Ladies Distinguished For Other Services In The National Cause
Mrs. Annie Etheridge
Delphine P. Baker
Mrs. S. Burger Stearns
Barbara Frietchie
Mrs. Hettie M. McEwen
Other Defenders Of The Flag
Military Heroines
The Women Of Gettysburg
Loyal Women Of The South
Miss Hetty A. Jones By Horatio G. Jones, Esq
Final Chapter
The Faithful But Less Conspicuous Laborers
Index Of Names Of Ladies




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