Alexander Neil and the Last Shenandoah Valley Campaign: Letters of an Army Surgeon to His Family, 1864by Alexander Neil, Richard R. Duncan (Editor)
New Market, Winchester, and Cedar Creek are names that stand out among the important battles of the 1864 Shenandoah Campaign. Assistant Surgeon Alexander Neil of the 12th West Virginia Regiment was there. His observations, insights, and descriptions of that campaign provide an important perspective, not only on regimental life in the Valley Campaign, but also on the practice of medicine during the Civil War.
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