Confederate Medicine in the Civil War
When the southern states of the United States of America seceded from the Union to form the Confederate States, it led to the Civil War. This war was devastating to the nation, largely because so many men died from wounds received during battle and from disease. Charles Frazier's novel Cold Mountain is a fictional account of several people living in the Confederate States during the time of the Civil War. The book begins with the story of one of the main characters, a man named Inman. Inman is in a military hospital due to a gunshot wound he received in battle. During the book, he spends a…
- about slavery and how the civil war started
- Confederate Medicine in the Civil War
- This is an essy on the English Civil War. IT is good if you have to pick a side to be on. With bibliography.
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