Is there a list of Civil War hospitals in Nashville?

Here is a list of Civil War hospitals in Nashville:

  1. Cumberland Hospital (Volunteers)
    900 beds and was led by B.Cloak.
  2. U.S. General No. 1 (Volunteers)
    936 beds, led by B.B. Breed.
  3. U.S. General No. 2 (Volunteers)
    886 beds, led by J.E. Herbst.
  4. U.S. General No. 3 (Volunteers)
    600 beds, led by J.R. Ludlow.
  5. U.S. General No. 8 (U.S. Army)
    540 beds, led by C.C. Byrne.
  6. U.S. General No. 11 (U.S. Army)
    720 beds, led by G.W. France.
  7. U.S. General No. 14 (Volunteers)
    775 beds, led by S.E. Fuller.
  8. U.S. General No. 15 (U.S. Army)
    400 beds, led by J.J. O’Reilly.
  9. U.S. General No. 16 (U.S. Army)
    289 beds, led by J.S. Giltner.
    [See pic of hospital]
  10. U.S. General No. 17 (Volunteers)
    120 beds, led by J.E. Herbst.
  11. U.S. General No. 19 (Volunteers)
    629 beds, led by W.H. Thorne.
  12. Hospital for Federal officers [Picture]
    (Literary Department, University of Nashville; later Lindsley Hall, Peabody Normal College)]

 

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