4 edition of An appeal to the people of Pennsylvania for the sick and wounded soldiers found in the catalog.
December 31, 1969
by Thomson Gale
Written in English
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J Issu e. Survivors’ stories. By John Herse y. Photograph via Smith Collection / Gado / Getty. I. HATSUYO NAKAMURA. In August, , a year after the bombing of Hiroshima, Hatsuyo Soldiers you have made it the symbol of freedom for the slave, unfurl it, stand by it, until the breeze upon which it floats shall be so pure, that a slave cannot breathe its air. Many of the men had already been wounded. Many others were sick. Yet they would return to
Pastoral care of the sick. He notes that these were known among the soldiers to be places where the wounded were cared for in a particularly fine manner. dear sick people and I ask you to /archbishop-chaput/weekly-message/pastoral-care-of-the-sick. Some stopped by a Third Street brothel operated by "Mrs. Black," who employed eight ladies for the business of keeping the young men happy. The Soldiers Home on Liberty Avenue provided care and comfort for the sick and wounded. Even the enemy passed through town. Rebel prisoners on a train to Fort Delaware were seen here in early June The US General Hospital in Alexandria, Virginia published The Cripple, one of six small hospital newspapers printed in the Washington, DC area during the Civil War period. The newspapers included news, poetry, and jokes, among other things, and served as an amusement and morale-builder for sick and wounded ://
In August , on a densely wooded hillside near Bushy Run Creek (Westmoreland County), about 25 miles east of Fort Pitt (Pittsburgh, Allegheny County), a combined force of Delaware, Shawnee, Mingo and Wyandot warriors attacked and surrounded Colonel Henry Bouquet and his small army of British regulars as they attempted to relieve Fort Pitt’s besieged :// The Caregiver Action Network is the nation’s leading family caregiver organization working to improve the quality of life for the more than 65 million Americans who care for loved ones with chronic conditions, disabilities, disease, or the frailties of old age. CAN serves a broad spectrum of family caregivers ranging from the parents of children with special needs, to the families and Philadelphia’s Civil War sanitary fairs represented the spirit of patriotic volunteerism that pervaded the city during the Civil War. These grassroots efforts, climaxed by the Great Central Fair of in Logan Square, provided a creative and communal means for ordinary citizens to promote the welfare of Union soldiers and dedicate themselves to the survival of the ://
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THE WAR FOR THE UNION. Whitman, Benjamin, ebook N. W. Russell, History of Erie County, When the thrilling tidings came that the slaveholding States had inaugurated civil war, the people of Erie County were practically unanimous in the sentiment that the Union must be preserved at all