6 edition of Report of the superintendent of the New England Soldiers" relief association, December, 1862 ... found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||E629 .N525|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18,  p.|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||11002741|
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Record of New England Soldiers at U. Hospital Turners Lane, Philadelphia. Pasted to inside cover is certificate of Morgan's membership in the New England Soldiers' Relief Association November 1, - 77 pages Box 1 Number 07 Primarily a "to do" list.
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Sanitary Commission at Washington, Novem Published: () Report and proceedings of the Auxiliary Foreign Mission Society of the Worcester Central Association and a conversation on the objections to missionary operations in general. In Decemberthe Philadelphia Agency resumed control of most area special relief work for soldiers and 1862.
book, and expanded its services under a new Special Relief Department. The Branch filled Department supply orders for distribution to Army camps and hospitals, the Agency’s Soldiers’ Lodge, individual servicemen, and others.
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The Executive Committee of Boston Associates archives,document the work of Executive Committee secretaries John S. Blatchford and James Barnard to coordinate and report on the Committee's special relief services, including their coordination with the New England Women’s Auxiliary Association and other relief organizations, and the work conducted by the superintendent and his staff at the office’s relief.
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* PART. The New England Women’s Auxiliary Association (NEWAA) was established on Novem in Boston, Massachusetts as an auxiliary branch of the United States Sanitary Commission (USSC). The New England Women’s Auxiliary Association Archives,consist of the extant records of its Executive Committee.
The Executive Committee of Boston Associates archives,document the work of Executive Committee secretaries John S. Blatchford and James Barnard to coordinate and report on the Committee's special relief services, including their coordination with the New England Women’s Auxiliary Association and other relief organizations, and the.
9 January - Letter. New York. To Rev. Frederick N. Knapp, Special Relief Agent of the U.S. Sanitary Commission, from W. Kimball of the New England Soldiers' Relief.
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