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Surgeon-General's Office correspondence acknowledging receipt of circular nos. 1-7 1865-1871
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Circular no. 1 (1868), Report on epidemic cholera and yellow fever in the U. S. Army during 1867, - no. 2 (1869), Report on excisions of the head of the femur for gunshot injury. - no. 3 (1871), Report of surgical cases treated in the U.S. Army from 1865 to 1871. - no. 4 (1870), Report on the barracks and hospitals of the U.S. Army with description of military posts. - no. 5 (1867), Report of epidemic cholera in the U.S. Army during the year 1866. - no. 6 (1865), Report of the extent and nature of the material available for preparation of a medial and surgical history of the Rebellion. - no. 7 (1867), A report on amputations at the hip-joint in military surgery.

Correspondents include Robert Adams, Heinrich Bamberger, Theodor Billroth, Theodor Ludwig Bischoff, Christian Wilhelm Braune, Paul Broca, William Budd, William B. Carpenter, Friedrich von Esmarch, Paul Fitzsimmons Eve, John Cooper Forster, Friedrich Theodore von Frerichs, G. Brown Goode, Charles R. Greenleaf, Samuel D. Gross, Ernest Hallier, Frank Hastings Hamilton, Henry Hancock, Jacob Henle, John Hilton, Josef Hyrtle, Ludolf Krehl, Albert von Koelliker, Sir William MacCormac, Sir James R. Martin, Jonathan Moore, Thomas G. Morton, Alexander Pagenstecher, James Paget, Edmund Alexander Parks, William Pirrie, Moritz Heinrich Romberg, Henry Smith, Stephen Smith, Robert Fulton Weir, and Thomas Windsor.