U.S. Sanitary Commission in the valley of the Mississippi

during the war of the rebellion, 1861-1866.
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United States Sanitary Commission. -- Western Dept, Mississippi River Valley -- History -- Civil War, 1861
StatementFinal report of Dr. J. S. Newberry, Secretary Western dept.
SeriesUnited States Sanitary Commission. [Documents] -- no. 96., American culture series -- 525.10.
The Physical Object
Pagination543 p.
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Open LibraryOL17485750M
OCLC/WorldCa6752805

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Sanitary Commission that contains letters describing Commission activities in the Mississippi Valley. It also includes a list of sick and wounded soldiers who testified they received aid from the Commission.

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The United States Sanitary Commission was founded in as the American Civil War began. Its purpose was to promote clean and healthy conditions in the Union Army camps. The Sanitary Commission staffed field hospitals, raised money, provided supplies, and worked to educate the military and government on matters of health and sanitation.

Report of Lewis H. Steiner, M.D.: Inspector of the Sanitary Commission, containing a diary kept during the occupation of Frederick, MD and an account of the operations of the U. Sanitary Commission during the campaign in Maryland, September, Page 8 - This commission is not intended in any way to interfere with the medical staff or other officers of the army, but to cooperate with them and aid them in the discharge of their present arduous and extraordinary duties.

It will be treated by all officers of the army, both regular and volunteer, in this department with the respect due to the humane and patriotic motives of the members. The U.S. Sanitary Commission in the Valley of the Mississippi, During the War of the Rebellion, ; Final Report of Dr.

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Report on the sanitary condition of the U.S. troops in the Mississippi Valley, during the month of August. United States Sanitary Commission.

Western Department. U.S.

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newberry. Free shipping and. This is a brief and imperfect sketch of the work of the United States Sanitary Commission in the Mississippi valley, in which the citizens of Ohio took so hon­orable and important a part.

First in the list of workers stands the name of Prof. John S. NEWBERRY, who had general charge of. He made his first sanitary inspection of troops in the west at Cairo, Illinois, in connection with Rev.

Henry W. Bellows and Dr. William H. Mussey. In Septemberhe resigned from the Army and became secretary of the Western Department of the Sanitary Commission, having supervision of all the work of the commission in the Mississippi Valley, with headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.

The U.S. Sanitary Commission is memorialized by a group of re-enactors who portray the Boston branch of the commission at various civic events, educational programs, and Civil War re-enactments. The group is based out of the Greater Boston area of Massachusetts.

Topics: United States sanitary commission., Mississippi River Valley--History--Civil war, [from old catalog]. Author(s): Newberry,J S(John Strong),; United States Sanitary Commission.

Title(s): Report on the operations of the U.S. Sanitary Commission in the valley of the Mississippi, made September 1st, / by J.S. Newberry.

The U.S. sanitary commission in the valley of the Mississippi, during the war of the rebellion, By United States Sanitary Commission. Western Department. and Mississippi River Commission. The Mississippi River Commission researches and provides policy and work recommendations in the areas of flood control, navigation, and environmental projects.

Agency Details Website: Mississippi River Commission. Contact: Contact the Mississippi River Commission. Main Address: Walnut St. The commission was named the United States Sanitary Commission and officers were elected from among its members. Reverend Henry W. Bellows, a Unitarian minister and vice-president of the Woman’s Central Association of Relief, served as president, with Alexander Dallas Bache serving as vice-president, and George Templeton Strong as treasurer.

Newberry, J.S. The U.S. Sanitary Commission in the Valley of the Mississippi, during the war of the rebellion, 52 and 61 were microfilmed collectively as “United States Sanitary Commission records.

Volumes ,” their respective legacy volume numbers from an earlier arrangement (NYPL Call # *ZAN). Mississippi. Author(s): Newberry,J S(John Strong),; United States Sanitary Commission.

Title(s): Report on the operations of the U.S. Sanitary Commission in the valley of the Mississippi, for the quarter ending Oct. 1st, / by J.S. Newberry. The Sanitary Fairs were held to support the work of the U.S.S.C.

and groups such as the Western Sanitary Commission, U.S. Christian Commission, and homes for injured soldiers and sailors. The fairs were held in many cities and towns during and just after the Civil War.

The Pierson collection cont ains many other books and periodicals about. The Western Sanitary Commission was organized on September 5,by General John C.

Fremont and D.L. Dix, a philanthropist from St. Louis, Missouri. The commission modeled itself after the United States Sanitary Commission (USSC), a federally endorsed organization that unified efforts of benevolent societies.

The USSC and the WSC assumed. Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair Go Back. The Western Sanitary Commission's biggest fund-raising event was the Mississippi Valley Sanitary Fair.

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