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Observations About the Treatment of Sick and Wounded in Raleigh During the War Between the States

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At the beginning of the Civil War, Raleigh had a population of around 4,800 people. The city would become a center for the treatment of the sick and wounded, and the state's first military hospital was established there almost immediately after the outbreak of hostilities. Alexander provides a brief history of the hospitals with a focus on the famous Raleigh physician, Dr. E. Burke Haywood.
Recall (NoCar F 252 .R43), Vol. 4 Issue 1, June 1998, p9-10, il, bibl