ts, M. D., Surgeon, Confederate States Army
1865—a Presbyterian church turned into a hospital with 41 beds, at Nashville
A photograph which helps to explain the national pension roll: carver hospital in Washington, September, 1864
Thecers' quarters, Harewood hospital, near Washington
Louisa M. Alcott, the author of little women, as a nurse in 1862 Nashville, and there Doctor Stout himself, before his promotion, was placed in charge of the Gordon Hospital, formerly an old warospitals, where they read to the convalescents, wrote letters for them, and fed them.
Mrs. Felicia Grundy Porter, of Nashville, gave freely of her time and means; Mrs. Gilmer, of Pulaski, Tennessee, served as nurse and matron at various hospitals of her own servants and went to the seat of war in the West, serving first at Memphis, then at Belmont, Bowling Green, Nashville, Atlanta, Corinth, and Chattanooga.
Nor must the work of the Roman Catholic sisterhoods be neglected.
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