Posts Tagged ‘civil war medicine’
Discover how antiquated techniques learned during the Civil War played a role in James Garfield’s death in September 1881.
From sources of entertainment to deep morale boosters, the significance of quilts for Civil War soldiers might surprise you.
Children played an active role in sending aid to soldiers during the Civil War. The biggest contributions can come from the smallest people.
Watch as a skilled medical historian amputates a (model) leg using Civil War-era surgical tools.