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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, XIV. Massachusetts women in the civil war. (search)
n of her only child by sickness, she sought comfort in ministering to others more hapless than herself. She accepted an appointment under Miss Dix, and began work in the hospital where the wounded were brought from Winchester, Va. She was assigned later to the hospitals in Frederick City, which were filled with the wounded from Antietam. Then she was transferred to the hospitals at Chancellorsville, and while at her work received the sad news that her brother had fallen in battle under General Hooker. Although not far from him, the exigencies of hospital service were such that she could not even institute a search for his dead body or look the last time on his cold face. She was so efficient a worker and leader, having, as General Birney said, a positive genius for the worst kind of hospital work, that she was sent to Gettysburg after the three days battle was over. Here she remained until autumn, laboring zealously and successfully in her hospital, which contained all the time fr
United States during the war for the suppression of the rebellion. Boston, 1866. 12°. — King's Chapel. Foote, Henry Wilder. Memorial lessons. A sermon preached at King's Chapel, Boston, on Sunday, May 29, 1870. With a list of the sons of the church who entered the service of the country. Boston, 1870. 8°. Braintree. Thayer, George A. The Braintree soldiers' memorial. List of Braintree volunteers in the army and navy from 1861 to 1865. Boston, 1877. 8°. Bridgewater. Hooker, Arthur. A history of Bridgewater in the rebellion. Boston, 1880. 8°. Brighton. Whitney, F. A. An oration delivered at the dedication of the soldiers' monument in Evergreen cemetery, Brighton, Mass., July 26, 1866. Containing notices of the deceased soldiers. Boston, 1866. 61 pp. 8°. Cambridge. Williams, S. K., Jr. Record of soldiers and sailors of Cambridge, Mass., who died or were killed in the army and navy during the late war. Cambridge, 1869. Chelsea. Roll of honor of t
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 2, Index of names of persons. (search)
., 74 Holmes, W. F., 296 Holt, A. F., 383, 469 Holt, C. V., 296 Holt, C. W., 422 Holt, Harrison, 296, 422, 469 Holt, Horace, 217 Holt, Newton, 297 Holt, S. L., 74 Homan, Conrad, 297, 498 Homans, C. A., 74 Homans, G. H., 297 Homans, J. W., 76 Homans, John, Jr., 422 Homans, John, Jr., 76 Homans, W. H., 297 Homer, A. B., 76 Homer, C. W., 394 Homer, H. A., 297 Homer, J. B., Mrs., 582 Homiston, J. M., 469, 533 Honnard, Joseph, 76 Hood, E. G., 297 Hooker, A. P., 383 Hooker, Arthur, 605 Hooker, Joseph, 184, 422, 533, 659 Hooker, L. F., 297 Hooper, C. H., 217 Hooper, E. W., 422, 533 Hooper, H. N., 217 Hooper, I. H., 217 Hooper, W. D., 297 Hooper, W. S., 422 Hopkins, A. L., 217 Hopkins, Archibald, 217, 297, 533 Hopkins, D. W., 470 Hopkins, E. A., 76 Hopkins, E. F., 297 Hopkins, E. P., 297 Hopkins, Franklin, 76 Hopkins, George, 76 Hopkins, Henry, 422, 470 Hopkins, J. B., 76 Hopkins, J. W., 297 Hopkins, O. L., 297 Hopkins, R. H., 76 Hopkins, S. K.