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Authors: Frank H. Hamilton, Samuel D. Gross, Theodric Beck, John Beck, Surgeon General's Office Library
Practical Treatise on Military Surgery and Hygiene, (1861) by Frank H. Hamilton, M.D.
A copy of this text book is listed in the 1865 Surgeon General's Office Library Catalogues
At the beginning of the Civil War Dr. Hamilton accompanied the 31st New York regiment to the front, and had charge of the general field hospital in Centreville during the first battle of Bull Run. In July, 1861, he was made brigade surgeon, and later medical director, and in 1862 organized the United States general hospital in Central park, New York. in February, 1863, he was appointed a medical inspector in the United States army, ranking as lieutenant-colonel, but resigned in September and returned to his duties in Bellevue hospital medical college, where in 1861 he had been appointed professor of military surgery and attending surgeon to the hospital.
FRANK HASTINGS HAMILTON, MD. LATE SURGEON THIRTY THIRD REGIMENT FOURTH BRIGADE FOURTH DIVISION NEW YORK STATE ARTILLERY; PROFESSOR OF MILITARY SURGERY AND OF DISEASES AND ACCIDENTS INCIDENT TO BONES IN BELLEVUE MEDICAL COLLEGE; SURGEON TO BELLEVUE HOSPITAL; PROFESSOR OF SURGERY AND SURGEON IN CHIEF TO THE LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL; AUTHOR OF TREATISE ON FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS
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HAMILTON FRANK H, MD, Professor of Surgery in the Long Island College Hospital; A PRACTICAL TREATISE ON FRACTURES AND DISLOCATIONS, Second edition revised and improved In one large and handsome octavo volume of over 750 pages with nearly 300 illustrations. The early demand for a new edition of this work shows that it has been successful in securing the confidence of the profession as a standard authority for consultation and reference on its important and difficult subject. In again passing it through the press the author has taken the opportunity to revise it carefully and introduce whatever improvements have been suggested by further experience and observation. An additional chapter on Gun shot Fractures will be found to adapt it still more fully to the exigencies of the time.
Hamilton, Frank H. A Treatise on Military Surgery and Hygiene. New York: Balliere Bros., 1861.
Hardback, 232 pages.
9 1/4 x 6 1/4 x 3/4 in. Signed in the front pages: 'J. McFarland, 76 Front St.'
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A Practical Treatise on Factures and Dislocations, (1860) by Frank Hamilton, M. D.
This first version, with 289 woodcuts, was published immediately before the War in 1860.
Dr. Hamilton's work, is divided into two parts, in the first of which, consisting of thirty-five chapters, we have the subject of fractures considered; in the second, consisting of twenty-six chapters, that of dislocations. The last of these chapters treats of congenital dislocations.
A copy of this text book is listed in the 1864 Surgeon General's Office Library Catalogue or the list of medical textbooks which were published during the Civil War by the Army Medical Department.
1864-65 lecture card for Military Surgery,Fractures & Dislocations Signed by Frank Hamilton MD, Professor, Bellevue Hospital Medical College, where numerous surgeons were trained during the Civil War
A Practical Treatise on Factures and Dislocations, (1863) by Frank Hamilton, M. D.
The second version, was published during the heat of the War and was dedicated to the Civil and Military surgeons. The preface to the second edition is posted for its discussion of the War.
Published in the American Medical Times, Jan. 2, 1864. by Bailliere Brothers, N.Y.
1864 Ads for Tiemann, Otto & Reynders, Wade and Ford, all of whom provided surgical instruments during the War
A Manual of Military Surgery, (1861, first edition) by Samuel D. Gross, M.D.
A field manual of surgery by well known surgeon and author S. D. Gross, M.D., who taught at Jefferson Medical College. This compact (4 x 6 x 3/4 in) 186 pages text book was published during the earliest days of the War. The covers are embossed with an eagle, shield, and scroll. Published by Lippincott & Son, 1861.
At the outbreak of the Civil War. Dr. Gross wrote a brief Manual of Military Surgery. It was composed in nine days, and published in a fortnight from the time of its inception. Under the care of Messrs. J. B. Lippincott and Company, it passed through two editions of 2,000 copies each. It was republished at Richmond, Virginia, and was extensively used by the surgeons of both armies. In 1874, it was translated into Japanese and published at Tokyo, Japan. The first edition bears the date of 1861; the second edition, 1862."
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Medical Jurisprudence, Vol. One, by Theodric Romeyn Beck, M.D ; John B. Beck, M.D. , marked U.S. Army Medical Dept., (1860)
Elements of Medical Jurisprudence By Theodoric Romeyn Beck, MD, Professor of Materia Medica in the Albany Medical College and John B. Beck, MD, Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence in the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the City of New York, Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Medicine of Paris Corresponding Member of the Medical Society of London.
A copy of this text book is listed in the Surgeon General's Office Library Catalogues or the list of medical textbooks which were published during the Civil War by the Army Medical Department.
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