The Photographic History of the Civil War
                  Volume 7 -
Prisons and Hospitals

  Hospitals in the Washington Area



Campbell Hospital Near Washington Flowers and Female Nurses Here

Hospital and Camp near Washington

Stanton Hospital in Washington

Two-Story Buildings in Washington

Carver Hospital in Washington

Sights in War-Time Washington, After It Became a City of Wounded Soldiers, Busy Army Surgeons, and Crowded Hospitals

The Quartermaster's Department employed such a huge force of men that it was necessary to furnish them with a separate hospital.

page 15  in 1911 book

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This online edition of The Photographic History of the Civil War includes improved images using digital images from the Library of Congress, when available. It also includes additional images that are either cropped from the Library of Congress digital images or are related to the specific topic being discussed in the article or page.

Volume 7 of the History is the first volume I'm publishing online simply because it was the one I was interested in when I decided to publish.

More to come, I hope.


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