6 edition of Surgeon on Horseback found in the catalog.
by Guild Press of Indiana
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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Surgeon on Horseback is the letters and journal of Dr. Charles Brackett of Rochester, Indiana, with the First Indiana Cavalry and the Ninth Illinois Cavalry in Missouri and Arkansas from August until February The book was published by Guild Press of Indiana in March Get this from a library.
Surgeon on horseback: the Missouri and Arkansas journal and letters of Dr. Charles Brackett of Rochester, Indiana, First Indiana Cavalry, Ninth Illinois Cavalry. [Charles Brackett; James W Wheaton; Ed Gleeson].
Surgeon on Horseback The Missouri & Arkansas Journal & Letters of Dr Charles Brackett of Rochester Indiana First Indiana by James Wheaton available Author: James Wheaton. McDowell's pioneering surgery, described by James Thomas Flexner in a reissue of his exciting book Doctors on Horseback, was one of the most important operations in medical history.
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