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Author(s):
United States Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
[New York? : s.n., 1861?]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
United States Government Agencies -- organization & administration
Financial Management
American Civil War
United States
United States Sanitary Commission.
Author(s):
United States Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
New York : Trow, printer, 1862
Subject(s):
Military Medicine
Military Personnel
Sexually Transmitted Diseases -- therapy
United States
Author(s):
United States Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
[New York? : s.n., 1861?]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
United States Government Agencies -- economics
Fund Raising
American Civil War
United States
United States Sanitary Commission.
Author(s):
United States Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
Boston : Clapp, printer, 1861
Subject(s):
Military Medicine
Amputation
United States
Author(s):
United States Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861?]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
American Civil War
United States
Author(s):
Great Britain. Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
[Washington? : s.n., 1861?]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
Crimean War
United Kingdom
Author(s):
Newberry, J. S. (John Strong), 1822-1892
Publisher:
[United States : U.S. Sanitary Commission, 1861]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
Sanitation
American Civil War
United States
Midwestern United States
Author(s):
Bellows, Henry W. (Henry Whitney), 1814-1882
Publisher:
[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861?]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
Sanitation
American Civil War
United States
Midwestern United States
Author(s):
Moore, John S., physician
Publisher:
Saint Louis : Printed at the Bulletin Office, 1842
Subject(s):
Schools, Medical
Professional Role
Missouri
Kemper College. Medical Department
Author(s):
United States Sanitary Commission.
Publisher:
[Washington, D.C.? : s.n., 1861?]
Subject(s):
Military Hygiene
Sanitation
American Civil War
United States