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 (AyerCo.Pub.inc.)
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...
Sgt. Bratton's Regt.
Somewhere near Yorkville,on the Catawba
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