This text contains a very dramatic and interesting story of the courageous efforts of American nurses in the early nineteenth century. A fascinating and insightful tale, this book will greatly appeal to those with an interest in this period of time and in the marvelous achievements of these heroic women in the face of extreme adversity. The sections of this book include: An Old Midwife, A Great-Grandmother, Nurse Visiting a Cabin, Father and Son, Father and Daughter, Hunting Squirrels, A Mountain Mother, A Kentucky Mountaineer, Beech Fork Center, Barn at Wendover and Couriers, Fording Red Bird River, Carrying a Sick Baby to Hospital, and more. Many antique books such as this are increasingly rare and expensive, and it is with this in mind that we are proudly republishing this text here in an affordable modern edition.
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