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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Memoir of Jane Claudia Johnson. (search)
he Medical College of Virginia, at Richmond, and organized the Association of Army and Navy Surgeons of the Confederate States, by the adoption of a constitution and the election of the following officers: Samuel P. Moore, M. D., president; J. B. McCaw, M. D., first vice-president; D. Conrad, M. D., Confederate States navy, second vice-president; W. A. Davis, M. D., first recording secretary; W. A. Thom, M. D., second recording secretary; M. Michel, M. D., first corresponding secretary; S. Jenkins, M. D., second corresponding secretary, and J. S. Wilson, M. D., treasurer. It was also through his aid and encouragement that the most excellent Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal came into existence, and was conducted to the end of the war; and he directed the preparation of a collection of papers entitled A Manual of Military Surgery, intended more especially for officers in the field, and to treat of but few of the diseases incident to the camp and hospital, reserving o
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 29. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Dr. Samuel P. Moore. (search)
he Medical College of Virginia, at Richmond, and organized the Association of Army and Navy Surgeons of the Confederate States, by the adoption of a constitution and the election of the following officers: Samuel P. Moore, M. D., president; J. B. McCaw, M. D., first vice-president; D. Conrad, M. D., Confederate States navy, second vice-president; W. A. Davis, M. D., first recording secretary; W. A. Thom, M. D., second recording secretary; M. Michel, M. D., first corresponding secretary; S. Jenkins, M. D., second corresponding secretary, and J. S. Wilson, M. D., treasurer. It was also through his aid and encouragement that the most excellent Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal came into existence, and was conducted to the end of the war; and he directed the preparation of a collection of papers entitled A Manual of Military Surgery, intended more especially for officers in the field, and to treat of but few of the diseases incident to the camp and hospital, reserving o