Historical & Environmental Education Reading

Contributions relating to the causation and prevention of disease, and to camp diseases; together with a report of the diseases, etc., among the prisoners at Andersonville, Ga

Title page of book
Portion of the title page
NPS/Andersonville National Historic Site

This report by the non-governmental U.S Sanitary Commission is devoted to a series of medical issues pertaining to the Civil War. A third of the book is devoted to Andersonville, written by Confederate surgeon Joseph Jones, M.D. Portions of his essay are derived from the report he attempted to suppress at the end of the war.

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http://archive.org/details/contributionsrel00flinuoft
Publisher:
New York, U.S. Sanitary Commissiono
Published Date:
1867
Type:
Report or Paper
Grade Levels:
Sixth Grade-General
Subject:
Civil War, Medicine, Military and Wartime History
National/State Standards:
This document could be used in support of activities which align to the common core standards for ELA/social studies.
type:
Historical & Environmental Education Reading