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L. P. Brockett, Women's work in the civil war: a record of heroism, patriotism and patience 78 2 Browse Search
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ales, Esq., of Philadelphia, so long and nobly identified with the Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, Dr. A. N. Read, of Norwalk, Ohio, late one of the Medical Inspectors of the Sanitary Commission, Dr. Joseph Parrish, of Philadelphia, also a Medical Inspector of the Commission, Mrs. M. M. Husband, of Philadelphia, one of the most faithful workers in field hospitals during the war, Miss Katherine P. Wormeley, of Newport, Rhode Island, the accomplished historian of the Sanitary Commission, Mrs. W. H. Holstein, of Bridgeport, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Miss Maria 3M. C. Hall, of Washington, District of Columbia, and Miss Louise Titcomb, of Portland, Maine. From many of these we have received information indispensable to the completeness and success of our work; information too, often afforded at great inconvenience and labor. We commit our book, then, to the loyal women of our country, as an earnest and conscientious effort to portray some phases of a heroism which will make America
of, or complicity in this crime. Mrs. William H. Holstein. Social position of Mr. And words of one who knows and appreciates her well-Mr. and Mrs. Holstein are people of considerable weMrs. Holstein are people of considerable wealth, and unexceptionable social position, beloved and honored by all who know them, who voluntarilr know the greatness of its results. As Mrs. Holstein was always accompanied by her husband, andturing and special appeals. At Antietam Mrs. Holstein found the men she had come to care for, thple reading of Scripture and prayers which Mrs. Holstein was in the habit of using for them, and why return whenever needed. At Washington, Mr. Holstein was threatened by an attack of malarious fe of this terrible field. There, reports Mrs. Holstein, as in all places where I have known our b64 was noted for its intense heat and dust, but Mr. and Mrs. Holstein remained with the army, absorot thought prudent for them to return, and Mrs. Holstein, still accompanied by him, resumed her tra[28 more...]
L. P. Brockett, Women's work in the civil war: a record of heroism, patriotism and patience, Index of names of women whose services are recorded in this book. (search)
401. Halbert, Mrs. M. E., 409. Hancock, Miss Cornelia, 284-286. Harmon, Miss Amelia, 86, 87. Harris, Mrs. John, 46, 47, 53, 149-160, 367. Hart, Miss E. A., 409. Hartshorne, Miss Isabella M., 408. Harvey, Mrs. Cordelia A. P., 47, 164, 260-268. Harwood, Miss C. A., 408. Hazard, Mrs., 408. Heyle, Mrs., 411. Hickox, Mrs. J. E., 408. Hicks, Mrs., 409. Hoadley, Mrs. George, 53. Hodge, Mrs., 89. Hoge, Mrs., 48, 53, 178. Holden, Mrs. F. A., 409. Holmes, Mrs. Amelia, L., 411. Holstein, Mrs. William H., 251-259. Hooper, Mrs. Lucy H., 73. Houghton, Mrs., 408. Howe, Mrs. Charles, 89. Howe, Mrs. T. O., 164. Howell, Mrs., 89. Howland, Mrs. Eliza W., 301, 324-326. Howland, Mrs. Robert S., 62, 326, 327. Humphrey, Miss, 164. Husband, Mrs. Mary Morris, 157, 287- 298, 301,316,401. Ide, Mrs., 411. Ives, Mrs. John, 409. Johnson, Miss Addie E., 399. Johnson, Miss Ida, 408. Johnson, Mrs., 209, 210. Johnston, Mrs. Sarah R., 88, 269-272. Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth, 409. J