Journal of a Civil War Nurse

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This short story is based on letters written by Cornelia Hancock, Civil War nurse. Author Georgiann Baldino dramatizes what it took to survive the inhumane conditions. Women who served as nurses came from many different backgrounds, but most served well behind the front. Cornelia Hancock was one of a few who served in field hospitals. Her presence reminded soldiers why they were fighting.
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Words: 1,800
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452346472
About Georgiann Baldino

Author Georgiann Baldino writes about real people caught up in great events. Her published works span a number categories, including suspense, historical fiction and a travelogue. Characters captivate her, and she tells their stories regardless of genre. Reviewers praise her writing as “wonderfully well-written and entertaining" and "heartwarming" and "riveting."
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Review by: Mary Anne Smrz on Aug. 17, 2015 :
A dramatic view of a Civil War field hospital, a volunteer nurse and a soldier she cared about. In a few pages, the author captures the reason the soldier enlisted and how a female nurse eased his suffering. Both characters giving the "last full measure of devotion."
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Review by: Brenda Smith on Aug. 16, 2015 :
Interesting if it had been a book rather than a few good pages and advertising for other material.
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Review by: Scott Johnson on Dec. 07, 2011 :
This was a great read! Vividly describes the ugliness and carnage of war. It also offers a glimpse into the life of a nurse who aided the soldiers, and who often helped them leave this world gracefully.
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