Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Dr. George W. Garber” in chapter 17 of Admiral David D. Porter, The Naval History of the Civil War.:

...nnegle, Shirk and Blodgett is due the highest honor, not only for their bravery during the action, but for their humanity in providing for the comfort of the poor fellows who were so badly scalded. Dr. George W. Garber , of the Lexington, and Dr. William H. Nelson, of the Carondelet, also deserve great credit for their judicious care of the wounded. With regard to Col. Fitch, who stormed and carried the fort wit...

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