Catalog Record: The Medical department of the United States army in the civil war | Hathi Trust Digital Library


The Medical department of the United States army in the civil war, by Captain Louis C. Duncan, Medical corps, U. S. Army.

Main Author: Duncan, Louis C. 1869-
Language(s): English
Published: [Washington? 191-?]
Note: "The chapters comprising the volume appeared originally as separate articles in the 'Military surgeon.' Upon their compilation a limited number of copies of reprints were obtained by this office and bound together for the use of the Medical corps of the army. The work was never published as a book."--Letter from the Office of the surgeon general, Oct. 19, 1916.
Appended, "Seaman prize essay. The comparative mortality of disease and battle casualties in the historic wars of the world, by Captain Louis C. Duncan, Medical corps." (37 p. incl. diagrs.)
Physical Description: 1 v. (various pagings)
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