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Two reports concerning the aid and comfort given by the Sanitary Commission
Frederick N. Knapp
|Other titles||Aid and comfort given to sick soldiers.|
|Statement||by Frederick N. Knapp.|
|Series||[Documents] / Sanitary Commission ;, no. 35, Documents (United States Sanitary Commission) ;, no. 35.|
|LC Classifications||E631 .U53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||12030419|
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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Frederick N. Knapp has written: 'Two reports concerning the aid and comfort given by the Sanitary Commission' -- subject- s -: Health aspects, History, United States Civil.
The United States Sanitary Commission was a voluntary organisation which supported the Army's Medical Services. Under the guide of his secretary, Frederick Law. Author(s): Knapp,Frederick Newman,; United States Sanitary Commission. Title(s): Two reports concerning the aid and comfort given by the Sanitary Commission: to sick soldiers passing through Washington/ by Frederick N.
Knapp. The Sanitary Commission was created in the spring of by private citizens, including Henry Whitney Bellows and Dorothea Dix. The Sanitary Commission was officially sanctioned by the War Department on June 9, Legislation creating the United States Sanitary Commission was signed (reluctantly) by President Abraham Lincoln on J The Sanitary Fairs were one of the many efforts set up by the United States Sanitary Commission (the “Commission” or the “USSC”) to collect donations for the Union troops.
The Commission had been formed at the beginning of the war as a civilian organization that provided supplies and help to the Union Army.
Commission historianFile Size: 1MB. Oversized report. 1 July - Report. Washington, D.C. Partially edited draft of U.S.
Sanitary Commission, No. 94 "Report concerning the Aid and Comfort given by the Sanitary Commission to Sick and Invalid Soldiers, for the Quarter Ending J " by Frederick N. Knapp, Superintendent of Special Relief Services. Hanging Rack. The commission helped professionalize nursing and gave many women the confidence and organizational skills to propel the women's movement in the postwar years.
Charles Francis Adams Whig politician and foreign minister to Great Britain during the Civil War. A record of the Metropolitan fair in aid of the United States sanitary commission, held at New York, in April, [Group, Books] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
A record of the Metropolitan fair in aid of the United States sanitary commission, held at New York, in April, /5(1). This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher.
Not indexed. Not illustrated. edition. Excerpt: In some of the camps the tents were two small and crowded, and of very poor : United States Sanitary Commission.
Report concerning the aid and comfort given by the Sanitary Commission to sick soldiers found at Caption title. Also available in digital form. Contributor: Knapp, Frederick N. (Frederick Newman) Date: Under the terms of its official appointment by order of the Secretary of War on June 9, (endorsed by the President on June 13 and the Surgeon General on June 15), the United States Sanitary Commission (USSC) was to inquire and advise as to matters concerning the health and sanitary condition of the troops, their general comfort and.
a collective effort to identify and address the unacceptable realities that result in preventable and avoidable health and quality of life outcomes, and it is the composite of efforts and activities that are carried out by people and organizations committed to these ends. The Statistical Bureau was established as a special department at Washington in the summer of to support the Commission’s role as an independent advisory body to the government, with reference to the health, sanitary condition, and general comfort and efficiency of U.S.
troops. During its existence the Sanitary Commission received $4, in money and the value of $15, in supplies. No such well-organized instrumentality as the Sanitary Commission existed in the South.
There were many women's aid societies, and some of those in the seaport towns performed valuable services. Page 2. Although these persons are not of sufficient public importance and weight to give authority to their publication, yet your committee have deemed it proper to notice it in connection with the "Report No.
67," before mentioned, because the sanitary commission has been understood to have acted to a great extent under the control and by the authority of the United.
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Atwater. Page cix - The fact that, in modem times, the subject of hygiene generally, and State Medicine in particular, has commenced to attract so much the public attention, is undoubtedly owing to the application of statistics to public health.
It is impossible for any nation, or for any Government, to remain indifferent when, in figures which admit of no denial, the national amount of health and.
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Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the regulations affecting the sanitary condition of the army, the organization of military hospitals, and the treatment of the sick and wounded.: [Vol.
2] Appendix LXXIX by Great :. HSP's collections provide an exceptional source of women’s writings during the Civil War years. The following guide provides an annotated resource for these records, which include diaries, correspondence, and account books kept by women and women's organizations prior to, during, and after the war.REPORT.
D,Esq. SecretaryUSanitaryCommission: INaccordancewithyourrequest,Ihavethehonortotrans mitanaccountofmyoperationsasSanitaryInspectorduring.The Sanitary Commission, which is one of the best exponents of practical Christianity, and the Christian Commission, which is one of the best exponents of the vital unity of the church of God-these two Commissions, ministering to the wants of the body, `and to the comfort and peace of the soul, command, and I doubt not, will, till the close of.