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The
Medical Department
of the
United States Army
from
1775 to 1873

Compiled under the direction of The Surgeon General by
Harvey E. Brown,
Assistant Surgeon, U.S. Army
Washington, D.C.
Surgeon General's Office,
1873

Contents

Historical Notes Concerning The Medical Department of the United States Army

Part I.  The Medical Department During the Revolution

Part II.  From the Close of the Revolution, to the Reduction of the Army in 1821

Part III.  From the Revolution of the Corps in 1821, to the Declaration of War against Mexico

Part IV.  From the Commencement of the Mexican War until the Bombardment of Fort Sumter in 1861

Part V.  From the Commencement of the Rebellion to the Present Time

Appendix A.  Register of Medical Officers who Served to the Close of the Revolution and were Discharged in 1783

Appendix B.  Registers of Medical Officers of the United States Army

Appendix C.  Recommendations of Surgeon R. S. Satterlee, U.S. Army, Medical Director, Army of Invasion of Mexico, in Reference to the Transportation of the Troops on the Abandonment of the Country by the Army