Confederate Hospitals on the Move
Samuel H.m Stout and the Army of Tennessee
Written by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein
Confederate Hospitals on the Move tells the story of one innovative Confederate doctor and his successful administration of more than sixty mobile military hospitals that served behind the transient battle lines of the western theater. Drawing on an impressive 1,500 pounds of hospital records saved by Samuel Hollingsworth Stout during his tenure as medical director of hospitals for the Army of Tennessee, Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein describes how Stout established and oversaw some of the most adaptable, efficient, and well-administered hospitals in the Confederacy.
Softcover, 226 pages