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Manual of civil war and key of the g. a. r. and, kindred societies - Ironclads 2 American Civil War Game Manual v.1



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Samuel Preston Moore graduated from the Medical College of the State of South Carolina in 1834 and quickly became assistant surgeon for the U.S. Army in 1835. This position required service in several frontier regions of the country including Missouri, Kansas, Florida, and the Texas-Mexico border. While serving in the Mexican War (1846-48), Moore met the future President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, who was quite impressed with his organizational and disciplinary abilities.

Moore’s A manual of military surgery (Richmond, Ayers & Wade, 1863) is a compilation of papers by surgeons which provides exact instructions with illustrations for performing operations. It was intended for use by inexperienced surgeons in the army.

Edward Warren is one of the most bizarre and picturesque figures in the annals of American medicine, having passed through the successive transformations of country doctor, professor, surgeon-general and chevalier of the Legion of Honor. His journeys took him from the swamps of the Carolinas and the shores of the Chesapeake to the Nile and the Seine, practicing on three continents and received everywhere with acclaim.

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The Federal Civil War Shelter Tent, by Frederick C. Gaede, 134 pgs., Soft bound, and illustrated. This is a great monograph for all Civil War collectors. The text covers everything from government patents, records, and contract data to colorful soldier’s descriptions. In addition, it is extensively illustrated with drawings and photos of over 30 known examples with close-ups of stitching, fastening buttons, and some that were decorated with soldier’s art. This book is a well-presented study by a leading researcher, collector, and historian ...$19.95 Quantity:




American Miltary Buckles and Plates, Odonnell and Campbell.
This buckle “Bible” is guaranteed to please the buff as well as the serious collector. More than 2,000 crisp B & W photos show front and back of 1026 military plates with full descriptions. This book has no peers! Hardbound, glossy cover, 8 1/2 x 11”, 620 pages....... $49.95

India Rubber and Gutta Percha in the Civil War Era, Woshner. EXCELLENT reference, fully illustrated. The only complete study of the development and role of rubber during the mid 19th century. Hard bound, 320 glossy pages, listing of manufacturers and patents.......................................................... $39.95

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Samuel Preston Moore graduated from the Medical College of the State of South Carolina in 1834 and quickly became assistant surgeon for the U.S. Army in 1835. This position required service in several frontier regions of the country including Missouri, Kansas, Florida, and the Texas-Mexico border. While serving in the Mexican War (1846-48), Moore met the future President of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis, who was quite impressed with his organizational and disciplinary abilities.

Moore’s A manual of military surgery (Richmond, Ayers & Wade, 1863) is a compilation of papers by surgeons which provides exact instructions with illustrations for performing operations. It was intended for use by inexperienced surgeons in the army.

Edward Warren is one of the most bizarre and picturesque figures in the annals of American medicine, having passed through the successive transformations of country doctor, professor, surgeon-general and chevalier of the Legion of Honor. His journeys took him from the swamps of the Carolinas and the shores of the Chesapeake to the Nile and the Seine, practicing on three continents and received everywhere with acclaim.


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