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hotograph shows the surgeons' headquarters of the third division hospital, Ninth Army Corps, in front of Petersburg in August, 1864.
Not all of the ten thousand medical officers in the service of the Union armies were regularly enlisted, but some wem probably one-third was not credited to any State.
All this meant additional work.
Third division, ninth corps, August, 1864
Surgeons of the second division, ninth corps, October, 1864
An army surgeon at City Point Dr. J. M. Gill their hospitals were established at every important junction-point.
A Federal officer wounded at pine mountain, Georgia—August, 1864
This unusual photograph of an officer still on crutches, emaciated and suffering, was taken in August, 1864, near PAugust, 1864, near Pulpit Rock, Lookout Mountain, Tennessee.
It is reproduced here through the courtesy of the officer himself—Major (later Colonel) L. R. Stegman, associated with the editors in the preparation of this work.
In June, 1864, during Sherman's march to At