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Private John Trombley, from the Michigan Volunteers, who had his humerus bone resectioned following the Battle of Wilderness

Private John Trombley, from the Michigan Volunteers, who had his humerus bone resectioned following the Battle of Wilderness

Private Jno. F. Ames was wounded at the Battle of Gravelly Run, Virginia on 31 March 1985. He required a ligation - the tying off - of a main artery in his neck which supplies blood to the head

Private Jno. F. Ames was wounded at the Battle of Gravelly Run, Virginia on 31 March 1985. He required a ligation - the tying off - of a main artery in his neck which supplies blood to the head

During the Civil War, an army surgeon named Dr. Reed Bontecou photographed wounded soldiers. Shown here are photos of a soldier from New York before and after his battlefield wounds to the eyes were treated.     Dr. Bontecou served as surgeon in charge at Harewood U.S. Army Hospital in Washington, D.C.    Credit: Dr. Stanley B. Burns

During the Civil War, an army surgeon named Dr. Reed Bontecou photographed wounded soldiers. Shown here are photos of a soldier from New York before and after his battlefield wounds to the eyes were treated. Dr. Bontecou served as surgeon in charge at Harewood U.S. Army Hospital in Washington, D.C. Credit: Dr. Stanley B. Burns

J.H. Jaycox from the New York volunteers had five-and-a-half inches of his humerus bone removed

J.H. Jaycox from the New York volunteers had five-and-a-half inches of his humerus bone removed

cp1303 | Flickr - Photo Sharing Contributed Photograph 1303  HERTZOG, JACOB T.  Specimen 2023 SS  HUDSON'S APPARATUS APPLIED. PRECEDING CASE. (EXCISION OF THE ELBOW JOINT.) PVT, Company K 47th PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS  Wounded at POCOTALIGO, SC, 22 OCT 1862  Dr BONTECOU, R.B.  Contributed by Dr. HUDSON, E.D.  Photograph by HIRSCHINGER, H., 388 BOWERY, N.Y.  See also CP 1090-1, 1302, 1545; SP 280  BOUND IN OTIS, VOL. 2. HISTORY ON VERSO.  CIVIL WAR, PROSTHETICS

cp1303 | Flickr - Photo Sharing Contributed Photograph 1303 HERTZOG, JACOB T. Specimen 2023 SS HUDSON'S APPARATUS APPLIED. PRECEDING CASE. (EXCISION OF THE ELBOW JOINT.) PVT, Company K 47th PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS Wounded at POCOTALIGO, SC, 22 OCT 1862 Dr BONTECOU, R.B. Contributed by Dr. HUDSON, E.D. Photograph by HIRSCHINGER, H., 388 BOWERY, N.Y. See also CP 1090-1, 1302, 1545; SP 280 BOUND IN OTIS, VOL. 2. HISTORY ON VERSO. CIVIL WAR, PROSTHETICS

COLE, DAVID D. PHOTOGRAPH OF DISARTICULATED KNEE JOINT ... AND SUPPLIED WITH  HUDSON'S ARTIFICIAL LEG. (VERSO)    CPL    Company A    2nd    New York    CAVALRY    Battle of AMELIA COURT HOUSE    3 APR 1865

COLE, DAVID D. PHOTOGRAPH OF DISARTICULATED KNEE JOINT ... AND SUPPLIED WITH HUDSON'S ARTIFICIAL LEG. (VERSO) CPL Company A 2nd New York CAVALRY Battle of AMELIA COURT HOUSE 3 APR 1865

Private John L. Gray from the Virginia Infantry, holds his foot aloft, showing where gangrene has infected a gunshot wound

Private John L. Gray from the Virginia Infantry, holds his foot aloft, showing where gangrene has infected a gunshot wound

THUMMER, SAMUEL  AMPUTATION OF ARM. [gangrene]  Rank CPL, Company F, Regiment 209, State PENN, MOS, VOLUNTEERS,  Battle PETERSBURG, VA [Civil War]  Date of Injury 2 APR 1865

THUMMER, SAMUEL AMPUTATION OF ARM. [gangrene] Rank CPL, Company F, Regiment 209, State PENN, MOS, VOLUNTEERS, Battle PETERSBURG, VA [Civil War] Date of Injury 2 APR 1865

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