The Surgeon and the Hospital in the Civil War.
n.p. Military Historical Society of Massachusetts, n.d. Off print. Wraps. Spine is chipped, but overall VG/VG+. / None. Item #635
The author was the surgeon for the 41st Ohio Volunteer Infantry. He and his unit served in the West and took part in all the big battles there. He has a short paragraph or two on most of the battles. A great account of the capture of brown's Ferry near Chattanooga relieving the supply shortages. There are brief accounts of an execution, about the common soldier, the negro soldier and a soldier's funeral.
Hart covers many facets of the military surgeon ranging from his appliances, who he is, the common soldier, field operations, etc. A scarce piece.
This an off print from the extensive Massachusetts Military works. This article came from Volume XIII of the series so has unusual pagination. Over 50 pages of text making it a long dissertation from this source.