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Identifier: officersofarmyna00powe
Title: Officers of the army and navy (regular) who served in the Civil War
Year: 1892 (1890s)
Authors: Powell, William H. (William Henry), 1838-1901 Shippen, Edward, 1826-1911
Subjects: United States. Army
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : L.R. Hamersly & Co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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ilitary Ser-vice Institution, for the prize essay on The Enlisted Sol-dier, 1886. While at Fort Leavenworth he lectured onmilitary hygiene in the Infantry and Cavalry School. Colonel Woodhull has published the following works:Catalogue of the Surgical Section of the Army MedicalMuseum, 4to, pp. 664, 1866 ; Medical Report upon theUniform and Clothing of the Soldiers of the United StatesArmy, 8vo, pp. 26, 1868; Clinical Studies in the Non-Emetic Use of Ipecacuanha, Svo, pp. 155, 1876; Onthe Causes of the Epidemic of Yellow Fever at Savan-nah in 1876; prize essay, The Enlisted Soldier; Notes on Military Hygiene for Officers of the Line,1 21110, pp. 150, 1890; and occasional essays. Lt.-Col. Woodhull springs from good American stock,being of the eighth generation from the first of the namewho settled on Long Island in 1648, and having amonghis direct ancestors a signer of the Declaration (JohnWitherspoon) and military officers of the Revolution. 476 OFFICERS OF THE ARMY AND NAVY {regular)

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CAPTAIN CHARLES A. WOODRUFF. U.S.A. Captain Charles A. Woodruff (Subsistence De-partment) was bom at Burke, Vermont, April 26, 1845.He enlisted in Company A, Tenth Vermont Volunteers,June 5, 1862, and served in the Army of the Potomac,with the First Brigade, Third Division, Third Corps, andFirst Brigade, Third Division, Sixth Corps. He was inthe field continuously as private, corporal, and sergeant,until severely wounded at Cold Harbor, Virginia, June 3,1864 (slightly wounded three times, June I). He wasthen commissioned second lieutenant, but not musteredon account of wounds, and subsequently discharged fordisability, wounds, August 18, 1S65. He was pensioned,but surrendered the same from September, 1866. Hewas a cadet at the U. S. Military Academy from July 1,1867, to June 12, 1871, when he was graduated and pro-moted second lieutenant, Seventh Infantry. lie served on frontier duty at Fort Shaw, Montanafrom September 30, 1871, to January, 1872; at Fort Ben-tun, Montana, to May 2, 1S

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