We’ve had a request for pictures of Confederate soldiers and have posted what should be every one to Flickr at http://www.flickr.com/search/?w=99129398@N00&q=confederate&m=text
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
CP 1220 Captain JW Force, 22nd US Colored Troops.
CP 1216 Confederate soldier Columbus Rush, 21st Georgia Volunteers
CP 1219 Corporal J.H. Jaxcox, 143rd New York Volunteers
Monday, December 27, 2010
Richmond Medical Journal,
Richmond, Va., Dec. 27th 1866,
Major Gen JK Barnes
Dear Sir - On returning home, I devote a portion of my earliest leisure to thanking you and (through your self) the officers immediately around you for courtesies extended to me in Washington, such polite attention has been fully and pleasurably appreciated.
The Museum is a monument of scientific research and most successful labor - For Professional and (and Editorial) reasons, I should be glad to indicate the features and subjects (past and prospective)of greatest interest and, with the necessary faits allowed in my profession, I will, if it be acceptable, comprehensively allude to the gigantic labours characterizing all departments of the Museum and offering, to all scientifically interested, material for profitable study and reformations. I desire it to be understood that, in this manifestation of what is being done and has been done by you , for the practical improvement and development of medical science, I am actuated by professional motives exclusively - I seek the good of the profession and will irrespectively of all other objects -
Respectfully Yr Obdt Srvt,
Friday, June 4, 2010
June 4, 1864
I herewith send you for the Army Medical Museum, a minie ball, which came from the thigh of Captain A. F. Schwartz of Co. F. 1st Maryland (Rebel) Cavalry. The Capt. Was wounded on the 9th of May in the battle of Beaver Dam. The ball, he thinks, struck a fence before hitting him. It entered about the centre of the right nates and did not pass out. The track of the ball is in the direction of the hip-joint. Probing shows that the bone was not touched.
A few hours after the admission of the patient to the Hospital, on the 21st of May, the ball dropped from the wound upon the bed-clothes, no search having been made for it since his entrance. The patient is doing well.
I have the honor to be,
Yr. Obt. Serv’t
Asst. Surgeon U.S. Vols.
Col. J.K. Barnes
Act’g Surg. Gen. U.S.A.
Monday, February 22, 2010
Office Post Surgeon
Department of the Arkansas,
Headquarters, U.S. Forces,
Mouth of White River, Ark., Feby 10th 1865
Brig Gen’l J.K. Barnes,
Surgeon General U.S.A.
I have the honor to present & express to you, the skeleton of a Rebel “Guerilla,” who was wounded in an attempt to capture this Post in June last.
I found his remains whilst out riding yesterday, about ½ mile in the rear of the Camp at this place, at which Place, I am informed he was carried by his comrades, & died from his wounds. I shall endeavor to get a history of his case, & forward to you, as it may no doubt be of interest to the profession.
I have the honor to be General,
Your obdt. Servt.
A.A. Surgeon U.S.A.