"Grzyb examines the challenges inherent in managing all Civil War medical facilities and provides an excellent analysis of the state of medicine during the early portion of the Civil War...well written and easy to read...of great interest" --Civil War News
"Grzyb...provides modern-day readers with a detailed, thought-provoking study of how medical care evolved during the course of the conflict." --Civil War Times
"An in-depth look at the daily routine of a general hospital...easy to read, full of details about an army general hospital, with plenty of pictures and illustrations...highly recommended." --Society of Civil War Surgeons
About the Author
Frank L. Grzyb, author of two previous books, has contributed numerous articles to newspapers and magazines about America's Civil War. He is a member of the Rhode Island Civil War Round Table and lives in Rhode Island.