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African American Medicine in Washington, D.C.: Healing the Capital During the Civil War Era by Heather M. Butts, Heather M. Butts Jd Mph Ma, Hugh Florenz Butts - Paperback
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African American Medicine in Washington, D.C.: Healing the Capital During the Civil War Era by Heather M. Butts, Heather M. Butts Jd Mph Ma, Hugh Florenz Butts - Paperback

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History
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9781626196551
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Heather M. Butts, Heather M. Butts Jd Mph Ma, Hugh Florenz Butts
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History Press
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The service of African Americans in defense of the Union during the Civil War required African American nurses, doctors and surgeons to heal those soldiers. In the nation's capital, these brave healthcare workers created a medical infrastructure for African Americans by African Americans. Preeminent surgeon Alexander T. Augusta fought discrimination, visited President Lincoln, testified ...

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    Category Type
    History
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    9781626196551
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    English
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    Heather M. Butts, Heather M. Butts Jd Mph Ma, Hugh Florenz Butts
    Category Type
    History
    ISBN
    9781626196551
    Languages
    English
    Item EAN
    2724435054558
    People
    Author
    Heather M. Butts, Heather M. Butts Jd Mph Ma, Hugh Florenz Butts
    People
    Publisher
    History Press
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    Paperback
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    The service of African Americans in defense of the Union during the Civil War required African American nurses, doctors and surgeons to heal those soldiers. In the nation's capital, these brave healthcare workers created a medical infrastructure for African Americans by African Americans.

    The service of African Americans in defense of the Union during the Civil War required African American nurses, doctors and surgeons to heal those soldiers. In the nation's capital, these brave healthcare workers created a medical infrastructure for African Americans by African Americans. Preeminent surgeon Alexander T. Augusta fought discrimination, visited President Lincoln, testified before Congress and aided the war effort. Washington's Freedmen's Hospital was formed to serve the District's growing free African American population, eventually becoming the Howard University Medical Center. These physicians would form the National Medical Association, the largest and oldest organization representing African American doctors and patients. Author Heather M. Butts recounts the heroic lives and work of Washington's African American medical community during the Civil War.

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    • Category: History
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Language of Text: English
    • Author(s): Heather M. Butts, Heather M. Butts Jd Mph Ma, Hugh Florenz Butts
    • Publisher: History Press
    • ISBN: 9781626196551
    • Number of Pages: 160
    • Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.6 inches
 

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