Browsing named entities in a specific section of L. P. Brockett, Women's work in the civil war: a record of heroism, patriotism and patience. Search the whole document.
Found 94 total hits in 38 results.
The Misses Woolsey. Social position of the Woolsey sisters Mrs. Joseph lowland and her labors on the Hospital Transport her tender and skilful nursing of the sick and wounded of her husband's regiment poem addressed to her by a soldier her encouragement and assistance to the women nurses appointed by Miss Dix Mrs. Robert S. Howland her labors in the hospitals and at the Metropolitan Sanitary Fair her early death from over-exertion in connection with the Fair her poetical con
t war, in which four sisters have together consecrated their services to the cause of the nation.
In social position, culture, refinement, and all that could make life pleasant, Misses Georgiana and Jane C. Woolsey, and their married sisters, Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Robert Howland, were blessed above most women; and if there were any who might have deemed themselves excused from entering upon the drudgery, the almost menial service incident to the Hospital Transport service, to the position of As