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lf to the work of visiting the hospitals Thanksgiving dinner in the Hospital she removes to Fort Albany and takes charge as Matron of the regimental Hospital pleasant experiences reading to the sove) under the command of Colonel William B. Green, of Boston, and was immediately ordered to Fort Albany, which was then an outpost of defense guarding the Long Bridge over the Potomac, near Washingies she desired for her useful and engrossing work. In March, 1862, Mrs. Barker removed to Fort Albany, and systematically commenced the work which had first induced her to leave her home. This w all the little luxuries and delicacies demanded by special cases. While the regiment held Fort Albany, and others of the forts forming the defenses of Washington, the officers' quarters were alwae could serve in the hospitals more effectually by living in Washington, than by remaining at Fort Albany. She therefore offered her services to the Sanitary Commission without other compensation th