CIVIL WAR MEDICINE: A Surgeon's Diary
Twenty-nine year old surgeon James Fulton transports readers into the harsh and deadly conditions of the Civil War as he struggles to save the lives of the patients under his care. In 1862 Fulton joined a Union army volunteer regiment and immediately began chronicling his experiences in a pocket diary, providing us with this compelling account of the lives of Civil War soldiers. Illus.
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