Decoding a Civil War Surgeon’s Kit

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Kudos to the Dutchess Historical Society!
I bet this program draws a lot of interest. They have selected a topic that already seem to have captured a lot of interest lately and developed a program that is interactive, engaging, and it has a great name! Wish I lived closer.

ETA: I might have to "borrow" the name for the medical instrument series. :D
Instead, Ill just link all the threads about Civil War Surgical instruments here. WARNING - some of these are pretty graphic. If you're squeamish, best not look.

Bone Brush - http://civilwartalk.com/threads/bone-brush.131364/
Catlin - http://civilwartalk.com/threads/catlin-surgical-instrument.131789/
Lithotomy Forceps - http://civilwartalk.com/threads/lithotomy-forceps.132402/
Rectal Bladder Trocar - http://civilwartalk.com/threads/rectal-bladder-trocar.131381/
 
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Kudos to the Dutchess Historical Society!
I bet this program draws a lot of interest. They have selected a topic that already seem to have captured a lot of interest lately and developed a program that is interactive, engaging, and it has a great name! Wish I lived closer.

ETA: I might have to "borrow" the name for the medical instrument series. :D
And thus be cutting edge. :whistling:
 



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