Our Army Nurses
Stories from Women in the Civil War
Written by Mary Gardner Holland
During the Civil War, more than five thousand women served the Union cause as nurses. In 1895, Mary Gardner Holland collected the stories of on hundred veterans, reprinted here for the first time.
“The well-written accounts, which vary in lengths from a few paragraphs to long essays, provide much valuable information about the nurses. This engrossing volume will appeal to both scholars and general readers alike.” – Linda G. Black, Civil War News
Softcover, 266 pages