Statistics for occurrence #1 of “General Hood” in chapter 1.25, section c.1.25.85, page 222 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 22.:

...nd surgical knowledge that he had imbibed from his masters in Europe, and soon became known as one of the most skillful operators in the Army of Northern Virginia. He was selected to take charge of General Hood , when that gallant commander was desperately wounded at Chickamauga, and had him carried by faithful litter-bearers a distance of sixteen miles, to a farm-house, where he remained with him until he w...
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