5 edition of Confederate commando and fleet surgeon found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-193) and index.
|Statement||John W. Lynn.|
|LC Classifications||E625.C65 L95 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 197 p. :|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||00049417|
The Confederate Resistance Forces was a small commando squad dedicated to overthrowing the Terran Dominion. The Confederate Resistance Forces formed after the fall of Tarsonis as a small commando squad dedicated to striking at Emperor Arcturus Mengsk. It operated from a battle-damaged spaceship that survived the battle of Tarsonis. It was led by Lieutenant Samir Duran, who was joined . A History of the Confederate Raimondo Luraghi. Trans. Paolo E. Coletta. Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, At the outbreak of the American Civil War a country divided in two had but one mighty navy which, for the most part, remained loyal to the parent Union.
The Confederate commander’s service during the Atlanta Campaign, especially in the fighting at Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain and Peach Tree Creek, led briefly to his promotion to corps command. At Nashville he once again ascended to corps command and, as at Vicksburg, found himself overseeing a defeated Confederate army’s withdrawal. Bottom row seated from left: "Fleet Surgeon" George H. Bixby; Acting Assistant Surgeon James S. Knight (retired as Surgeon 6/21/84); (Fleet) Surgeon Ninian Pinkney (died in service 12/15/77 as Medical Director); Assistant Surgeon Michael Bradley was a long serving officer who rose to top of the Navy Medical Department becoming Medical Inspector.
War of the Rebellion: Serial Page CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. -UNION AND CONFEDERATE. Search Civil War Official Records As corroborative of this I inclose you a certified copy of a telegram addressed to Fleet Surgeon Conrad, who was with Admiral Buchanan on the Tennessee, by Mr. Mallory, the rebel Secretary of the Navy. Surgeon Conrad was. Daniel B. Conrad, a native of Virginia, entered the U.S. Navy as an Assistant Surgeon in September Promoted to Passed Assistant Surgeon in , he left the service in May and soon became a Surgeon in the Confederate States Navy. Over the next three years, he served on the Richmond, New Orleans and Jackson Stations and as Fleet Surgeon of the Mobile Squadron. He participated in the.
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Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon is the story of one of the Confederacy's truly heroic fighting naval surgeons. He also recounts in detail the Lepers Quarters in Jerusalem.
You are considering a hardback book, with Rating: % positive. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: The Education of Dr. Daniel Burr Conrad, and His Service on Board the USS Congress --Dr.
Conrad aboard the USS Niagara and the Cruise to Japan --Dr. Daniel Burr Conrad, Confederate Naval Surgeon, at the Battle of First Manassas --Dr. Conrad Describes the Attack by the David. Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon Dr.
Daniel Burr Conrad by Lynn, John W. *Author SIGNED/INSCRIBED!* COVID Update June 5, Biblio is open and shipping Edition: First Edition. Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon by John Worth Lynn,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. A book is written about the exploits of Dr.
Conrad entitled “Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon” by Dr. John W. Lynn. On the reverse of the document is a short note headed, “Surgeon General’s Office, Septem ” and reads, “It is requested that Surg. Conrad be relieved according to the terms of these orders.
Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon: Dr. Daniel Burr Conrad, by John Worth Lynn. Conrad completed a career with the Federal Navy and returned to Boston aboard the USS Niagara. Hearing of the attack at Fort Sumter, he refused to take the oath of allegiance and was arrested. Outstanding book.
You are not going to find a better in-depth history of the navy in the Civil War. Operations in the Potomac Destruction of Confederate Batteries Losses by Shipwreck in Battle etc Capture of Richmond Destruction of the Confederate Fleet in James.
/5(2). On the morning of 25 September Navy Fleet Surgeon Edward Gilchrist reported from Cairo that a very large number of sick belonging to the Mississippi Squadron were in Army hospitals at Mound City and Cairo; and, a very considerable number were in different and distant military hospitals 5 U.
NAVY HOSPITAL SHIP RED ROVER throughout the West. The Navy of the Confederate States (CSN) was the naval branch of the Confederate States Armed Forces, established by an act of the Confederate States Congress on Febru It was responsible for Confederate naval operations during the American Civil War (–), fighting against the United States Navy ().
A book about Dr. Daniel Burr Conrad entitled, "Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon", is based on a large accumulation of his letters and documents. It was pubished by Dr. John Worth Lynn, in (Burr Street Press, Shippenburg, PA) John W.
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Lynn Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon Nov 1, by John W. Lynn, John Worth Lynn Hardcover. $ $ 49 Only 1 left in stock - order soon. More Information. Author(s): Lynn,John W(John Worth), Title(s): Confederate commando and fleet surgeon: Dr.
Daniel Burr Conrad/ John W. Lynn. Country of Publication: United. Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon by John Worth Lynn (Hardcover) Confederate Admiral: The Life and Wars of Franklin Buchanan (Library of Naval Biography) by Craig L. Symonds Hardcover: pages United States Naval Inst.; ISBN: ; (September) The Confederate Blockade of Washington, D.C.
by Mary Alice Wills (Paperback). A collection of Civil War era Confederate surgical manuals and medical books for the Confederate Army surgeons. Photos and descriptions. Essential surgical manuals. Michael Echols buys Civil War medical books, surgical manuals, and surgical sets.
A Manual of Military Surgery, An Epitome of Practical Surgery, for field and hospital, Human Physiology. Book measures approx. 5 3/8" x 7 1/4" x 3/4" This is a REPRINT of The Army Surgeon's Manual originally published in Page quality is very good throughout the book and they are still supple and clean.
Slight foxing on the top edge of the pages (see last picture). Cloth covers and spine. Overall, this book is in a very good Rating: % positive. Confederate Commando and Fleet Surgeon, John W. Lynn, (Burd Street Press, ) Confederates Downeast: Confederate Operations in and Around Maine, Mason P.
Smith, (Provincial Press, ) Confederate Ironcladby A. Konstam, T. Bryan (Osprey Publishing, ). In addition to several articles on this subject is Ralph W. Donnelly's book, The Confederate States Marine Corps: The Rebel Leathernecks (). The author begins by focusing on the first year of the war and provides background on the organization of the corps including various Confederate laws establishing and expanding the Confederate Marine.
The Confederate Navy recognized three physician ranks: surgeon, passed assistant surgeon, and assistant surgeon. Surgeons with more than 12 years of experience (service in the U.S. Navy was recognized) had two one-half-inch strips of gold lace around the coat sleeve cuff.A Separatist fleet during the Clone Wars.
The Confederacy navy saw early action in the Clone Wars during the Battle of Christophsis where Admiral Trench blockaded the planet and held off Republic forces until the destruction of his flagship, the Invincible. One ship in the navy, the Subjugator-class heavy cruiser Malevolence, terrorized Republic convoys early in the war, and was initially.This flag relic came from a small section of the Confederate flag shot down over Fort Morgan and retrieved by Fleet Surgeon James C.
Palmer upon entry into the Fort by Union forces and is authenticated by his note seen on the accompanying certificate. Offered is an unframed, matted display measuring 11” x 14”.