Re: Nursing during the F & I War

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Posted by JOE HINSON on April 15, 1998 at 21:47:51:

In Reply to: Nursing during the F & I War posted by Victoria on April 15, 1998 at 14:51:32:

: For all you in the health care field I found the following information interesting. It's from "Belonging to the Army: Camp Followers and Community During the American Revolution," pg. 8, by Holly A. Mayer, University of South Carolina Press.

THANK YOU VICTORIA, You never cease to amaze me w/ all the things I still need to learn in order to portray a real person from the 18th Cent. Once again I am in your debt.. I have a book list you might be interested in.. From Capt.John Curry ( a comtempory scout and longhunter)and his trekking partner, Steve Brehob..
Christopher Gist's Journals, Wlm.M. Darlington (
The Long Hunt, Ted Franklin Belue (Stickpole Books)
Frontier Kentucky, Dr. Otis K. Rice (Uni. Press of KY)
Scoouwa: James Smith's Indian Captivity Narrative, Gary C. Ness (Ohio Hist.Society)
The Kentuckians, Janis Holt Piles ( Univ. Press of KY)
Seedtime on the Cumberland, Harriet Simpson Arrnow (U.of KY Press)
The Filson Club History Quarterly, Vol. 5 No. 4 Oct. 1931
"The Longhunters and James Knox Their Leader"
( Filson Club, Louisville, Ky)
The Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania, Joseph Doddridge

I have more if you would like them...
Joe Hinson
Sgt. Bratton's Regt.
Somewhere near Yorkville,on the Catawba

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