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The Medical Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association During the Spanish War. This volume appears to be a collection of reprints of articles from a weekly medical journal, having to do with the work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the recent war with Spain.

It, however, lacks title-page, index and table of contents, and does not even bear the publisher's name. Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association. Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association--Historyth century Spanish-American War, Medical care Hospital ships--United States Medicine, Military--United States Spanish-American War, Ships Hospitals, Military--organization & administration United States Notes: Cover title.

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Page 71 - This Commission Witnesseth, That the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association hereby is recognized by the Government of the United States of America as an Aid Society within the terms of Article XIII of the Geneva (Red Cross) Convention, during the pending war between the United States of America and the Kingdom of Spain ; that said Association hereby is expressly authorized to fit out.

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THE COMMIISSION WITNESSETH: That the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association hereby is recognized by the Government of the United States of America as an aid society within the terms of Article XIII. of the Geneva (Red Cross) Convention, during the pending war between the United States of America and the kingdom of Spain; that said Association.

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Author(s): Burrell,Herbert L(Herbert Leslie), Title(s): The medical work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the Spanish War/ by Herbert L. Burrell [and twelve others]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Boston: [publisher not identified], The 9th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry served part of its term of service in Cuba during the war, but apparently did not see action.

The regiment was, however, involved in the " HARVARD Inciden t" in which several Spanish prisoners of war were killed in a disturbance aboard the Auxiliary Cruiser HARVARD. The Medical Work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association During the Spanish War: Burrell, Herbert Leslie: Books - or: Herbert Leslie Burrell.

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Discover our full range of books, gifts, toys, stationery and audiobooks at Buy online with Free UK Delivery on Orders Over £ Nurses in the Spanish American War The Hospital Ship SOLACE With the Wounded Aboard the Transport SENECA Frank Manning's account of his amputation, the first in Cuba Acting Assistant Surgeon John Blair Gibbs, U.S.

Navy Medical Corps Morgan Lewis (22nd U.S. Inf.) writes of his recovery after Serving in Cuba. The Spanish Civil War too had an impact on left-wing medical politics.

The SMA, like others on the left, moved quickly to give practical aid to the Republic. Most notably this was through the creation, in late summerof Spanish Medical Aid, largely on the initiative of Charles Brook.

The Association dominated Spanish Medical Aid. Read the Ma issue. Volume XXXII, Number ǂb Book Collection ǂ5 WMMCW Creation Date: Place Of Origin: Illinois Chicago, Ill The medical work of the Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association during the Spanish War. Creator/Contributor: Burrell, Herbert L.

(Herbert Leslie), Creation Date. Inthe American Red Cross aided the U.S. military for the first time when it provided medical care to soldiers in the Spanish-American War. Barton resigned as.

Explore books by Herbert Leslie Burrell with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ THE WORK OF THE MEDICAL DEPARTMENT DURING. THE SPANISH WAR. The annual report of the Surgeon-General, rendered usually late in September, presents the medical and surgical statistics of the Army for the previous calendar year, the financial statements of the Surgeon-General's Office for the previous fiscal year, and those subjects of interest or importance in sanitary administration that.

Letters of a volunteer in the Spanish-American war Summary This book is a collection of letters written home by George King, an American soldier who served in the Puerto Rican campaign during the Spanish-American War.

At the outbreak of the War, King volunteered in the Sixth Regiment of Infantry formed in Concord, Massachusetts. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Herbert Leslie Burrell books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.

Massachusetts Militia Regiments - Spanish American War Second Massachusetts Infantry.-Official title, Second Regiment, Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. Headquarters, Springfield.

Medical aid provided by American, Canadian and British nationals to the Spanish Republic during the Civil War, – Int J Health Serv ; – [ PubMed ] : Sidney Vogel.

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MOLLY VARNUM CHAPTER, D. CITY OF LOWELL. Mass. Novem 16, - Janu contributing money for organizing the Lowell Branch Massachusetts Volunteer Aid Association, to aid volunteers in the Spanish War; (3) contributing money to the Cuban teachers' fund at Harvard College; (4) contributing to the relief of.

“Informed and informative, American Relief Aid and the Spanish Civil War is a seminal work of historical scholarship and will prove to be an enduringly valued contribution to academic library 20th Century Spanish History and American International Studies reference collections and supplemental reading lists.”--James A.

Cox, The Midwest Book Review Cited by: 4. Talk:6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment (Spanish–American War) Jump to navigation Jump to search. WikiProject United States / Massachusetts (Rated Stub-class, Low-importance) This article is within the scope of WikiProject United States, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage.

The th Infantry Regiment traces its history to 14 Novemberwhen it was first mustered as the Springfield Train Band in Springfield, the unit was formed into the Hampshire Regiment of the Massachusetts Militia.

It later served in the Continental Army during the American Revolution, with Union forces in the American Civil War, and as a federalized Massachusetts Branch: United States Army.