This collection is composed of a typescript copy of a portion (pages 74-87) of “Autobiography of Dr. Thomas H. Barton, the self-made physician of Syracuse, Ohio, including a history of the Fourth Regt. West Va. Vol. Inf’y, with an account of Col. Lightburn’s Retreat” published by Charleston, West Virginia Printing Company in 1890. The document does not cover Barton’s personal life, and only discusses his time as a doctor for his regiment in the Civil War. The autobiography discusses military matters primarily but does go into details as to a physician’s life in the camps and treatment of wounds sustained in battle.
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Thomas H. Barton Biography, 1977, Accession No. 1977/12.0208, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.
History of Science, Technology, and Medicine Commons, Military and Veterans Studies Commons, Military History Commons, United States History Commons
Span Date: 1977