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Morris, Roy Jr. The Better Angel: Walt Whitman in the Civil War. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.
Type: book ; Genre: biography, history
Morris explores the three years in which Walt Whitman tended to wounded soldiers during the Civil War.
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- Arnold, George [pages: 21, 23-24]
- Benton, Myron Beecher [pages: 153]
- Bloom, Nathaniel [pages: 120, 148]
- Burroughs, John [pages: 4-5, 39, 150-54, 164-65, 186-87, 211, 240,]
- Chauncey, Charles [pages: 38]
- A member of the Fred Gray Association.
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- Clare, Ada [pages: 21, 22, 24, 35, 150]
- de Gurowski, Adam Count [pages: 21, 88]
- Eyre, Ellen [pages: 35-36]
- Fred Gray Association, The [pages: 38, 187]
- Suggests that the group is named after a physician's son, Frederick Schiller Gray. Members included Frederick's brother Nat, Charles Chauncey, Charles Kingsley (an athlete), and Hugo Fritsch.
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