||Originally published: A journal of hospital life in the Confederate Army of Tennessee, from the Battle of Shiloh to the end of the war. Louisville : J.P. Morton ; New Orleans : W. Evelyn, [c1866].
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||Includes bibliographical references and index.
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||Okolona, Corinth -- Okolona -- Mobile -- Ringgold, Dalton, Chattanooga -- Chattanooga, Mobile -- Kingston, Cherokee Springs -- Atlanta, Newnan -- Newnan, Mobile -- West Point, Americus, Macon -- Mobile -- Griffin -- Newnan -- Mobile.
||Scottish-born, Alabama-bred Kate Cumming was one of the first women to offer her services for the care of the South's wounded soldiers. Her detailed journal, first published in 1866, provides a riveting look behind the lines of Civil War action in depicting civilian attitudes, army medical practices, and the administrative workings of the Confederate hospital system. --Publisher description.