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Report concerning the field relief service of the United States Sanitary Commission

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ISBN 101432819070
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2 editions - first published in Read Listen Report concerning the field relief service of the United States Sanitary Commission: with the Armies of the Potomac, Georgia, and Tennessee, in the Department of Washington.

Report concerning the field relief service of the United States Sanitary Commission, with the Armies of the Potomac, Georgia, and Tennessee, in the Department of Washington. The result of months of intensive investigations and inquiries by a specially appointed bipartisan panel, The 9/11 Commission Report is one of the most important historical documents of the modern era.

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Sanitary Commission in Boston, Mass. for the year ending Ma Boston: Prentiss and Deland, (OCoLC) United States Sanitary Commission. Click here to see the book in this collection regarding the Sanitary Commission. Following the attack on Fort Sumter that occurred on April 12thDr.

Henry W. Bellows, the founder of the United States Sanitary Commission, met in New York city with a large group of influential women of the city who were concerned with the health and well being of the.

Description The United States Sanitary Commission (USSC),was a civilian organization authorized by the United States government to provide medical and sanitary assistance to the Union volunteer forces during the United States Civil War ().

The collection consists of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, military service claim files, registers, diaries, financial records, scrapbooks, posters, illustrations, photographs, printed matter, maps, ephemera and artifacts concerning the Commission's sanitary, medical and relief work during the Civil War, as well as its post-war relief work and publication activities.

The Executive Committee of Boston Associates (ECBA) was officially organized on April 1, as a department of the United States Sanitary Commission’s special relief service. It provided transportation, lodging, clothing, meals, medical attention, and aid in obtaining pay for those soldiers in the Boston area who were either discharged, on.

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§ Commissions remedy for employers failure to file report. Louisa May Alcott served as a nurse for the Sanitary Commission at a Union Army Hospital in Georgetown. Mary Ann Bickerdyke served as a nurse for the Sanitary Commission and is credited with establishing field hospitals during the Civil War.

Henry Whitney Bellows served as the President of the Commission. 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.

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Imprint. U.S. Sanitary Commission: Relief Service among disabled and needy soldiers and their families in the city of New York, from November 1, to November 1, ; Imprint.

Five copies. Consolidated Report of U.S. Sanitary Commission's Soldiers' Home at New Orleans. Box 1: FF 27 November - Imprint. United States Sanitary Commission.

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The United States Sanitary Commission (Soldiers' Aid Society of Northern Ohio) was established in in Cleveland, Ohio, to provide for the physical needs of soldiers by improving camp hygiene and diets, collecting and disbursing hospital stores, inspecting hospitals and other medical facilities, caring for sick and wounded soldiers, registering and burying the dead, building and supporting.

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History: Organized by President Wilson,to represent the United States at the Paris Peace Conference. Textual Records: Reports concerning European countries submitted to the commission by consuls and military attaches, Special commission orders, United States.

War Department: Field service regulations, United States Army / (Washington: Govt. Print. Off., ) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) United States. War Department: Field service regulations, United States Army,with amendments to Prepared by the General Staff, under the direction of the Chief of Staff, U.

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The. missioned officers, who would seek appointments as line officers because they were blocked from serving as officers in the Medical Department. 12 Believing that the lack of opportunity demoralized them, he sought authority to commission them in the Sanitary Corps.

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By the end of March, cases had occurred in all 50 U.S. states, the. The United States Sanitary Commission (USSC) was a volunteer agency run under government auspices that sought to ensure the health and safety of Union Army soldiers during the American Civil War.

It also collected donations of clothing, blankets, food, and medical supplies for military personnel, trained volunteer nurses, and ran a service that located lost or missing soldiers on behalf of their families. Release of Information from Department of Veterans Affairs Claimant Records General - - Release of information by the Secretary/Disclosure of the amount of monetary benefits/Disclosure of information to a veteran or his or her duly authorized representative as to matters concerning the veteran alone - Disclosure of information to a widow, child, or other.

Sanitary Commission Lodge, Washington, D.C. [Photographed between andprinted between and ] Photograph. [Photographed between andprinted between and ] Photograph. venereal diseases took place under these regulations, at least in Nashville in ().

The United States Sanitary Commission.-Immediately after the outbreak of the Civil War the inadequacies of the small and unprogressive Medical Department of the Army were shown up by catastrophies of sanitation, shortages of medical and sanitary supplies, and lack of provision for preservation of.

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