App References

Dedication Page
Traditional folk song. “Poor Wayfaring Stranger”. Perf. Margaret Hultz. 2013.

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Backstory:
1. History of Paducah. Paducahky.gov. Web. <www.paducahky.gov/paducah/history-paducah>.

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1. Smith, J. Robert. “Sister Mary Lucy, Angel of the Fever Ward.” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY. 
Backstory:
2. The Boy’s War. Civil War Potpourri. Web. <www.civilwarhome.com/boysinwar.htm>. 

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2. “Excerpt from Annals” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.

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3. Corcoran, Miriam. “Catherine Spalding-Sister and Servant” The Filson Club History Quarterly, Vol. 62.2 (1988). p. 260. Web.

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4. Doyle, Mary Ellen. Pioneer Spirit: Catherine Spalding, Sister of Charity of Nazareth. Lexington, KY: UK Press, 2006. p. 97. Print.
Backstory: 
18. McGill, Anna Blanche. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. New York: The Encyclopedia Press, 1917. p. 53.

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5. “Excerpt from Annals” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.

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Backstory: 
3. Writers' Program (U.S.). Kentucky. Union County Past and Present. American Guide Series. Louisville, KY: Schuhmann Printing Company, 1941. p. 89.

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6. “Excerpt from Annals” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.
7. Ibid.
8. Ibid.

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9. Ibid.

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10. Ibid. 
Backstory:
4. Logan, Mrs. John A. Reminiscences of a Soldier's Wife. Whitefish MT: Kessinger Publishing, 2007. p. 35. 

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Backstory:
5. McGill, Anna Blanche. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. New York: The Encyclopedia Press, 1917. pp. 82-83.

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Song: Hickson, William E. “God Bless Our Native Land” 3rd Stanza. 1835. Perf. Margaret Hultz. 2013.
Backstory:
6.  Maher, Sister Lauretta, SCN. “Reminiscences of the Civil War.” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.

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11. Epstein, Max. “Battle of Belmont: Ulysses S. Grant Takes Command”. HISTORYnet.com. Weider History Group. August 29, 2006. Web. 

Backstory:
7. Kaiser, Leo M. “Letters from the Front.” Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society Vol. 56, (1963): pp. 150-163.
 
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Backstory:
8. Grant, U.S. Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant. New York: Charles L. Webster & Company, 1885-86. p. 97. 

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12. The Record. (Louisville Diocese), Treacy, Rev. Gerald C. “Angels of the Battlefield.” (October 25, 1917).
13. Coon, Katherine E. The Sisters of Charity in Nineteenth-Century America: Civil War Nurses and Philanthropic Pioneers. M.A. thesis. Indiana University, 2010. p. 117. Web. <http://hdl.handle.net/1805/2185>   
Backstory:
9. McGill, Anna Blanche, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, New York: The Encyclopedia
Press, 1917. p. 139.

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14.   Bishop M. J. Spalding.  Diary entry. Dec. 1861. Follow up to Memorandum of Agreement between General Robert Anderson and Bishop M.J. Spalding—September 24, 1861. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.
Backstory A:
10. McGill, Anna Blanche, Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, New York: The Encyclopedia Press, 1917. p. 155.
Backstory B:
11. Sister M. Paula (Casey), CSC. Letter to the Sisters of the Holy Cross. December 1861. Congregation Archives and Records, Sisters of the Holy Cross, Notre Dame, IN.

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Backstory:
12. Sister M. Paula (Casey), CSC. Letter to the Sisters of the Holy Cross. December 1861. Congregation Archives and Records, Sisters of the Holy Cross, Notre Dame, IN. 

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Song: Gilmore, Patrick S. “When Johnny Comes Marching Home." 1863. Perf. Margaret Hultz. 2013.

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15. U.S. Senate. Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Founding of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, on December 1, 1812. 112th Congress, 2nd Sess. S. Res. 606. Washington: GPO. 2012. Print.
Backstory:
13. Maher, Sister Lauretta, SCN. “Reminiscences of the Civil War.” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.

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16. Jolly, Dr. Ellen Ryan. “Sisters of Charity of Nazareth” Nuns of the Battlefield. Providence, RI: The Providence Visitor Press, 1927. p. 7. Print.

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17. “Memorandum of Agreement Between General Robert Anderson and Bishop M.J. Spalding—September 24, 1861.” Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.    
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Backstory:
14. Sister M. Angeline (Blake), CSC. Report. n.d. Congregation Archives and Records, Sisters of the Holy Cross, Notre Dame, IN. 
15. Culpepper, Marilyn Mayer and Adams, Pauline Gordon. "Nursing in the Civil War," American Journal of Nursing Vol. 88.7, (July 1988): pp. 981-984. Web. 

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18. Jolly, Dr. Ellen Ryan. “Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.” Nuns of the Battlefield. Providence, RI: The Providence Visitor Press, 1927. p. 8. Print.
19.  Menard, Sister Marie, SCN. Manuscript. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.

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20. Jolly, Dr. Ellen Ryan. Nuns of the Battlefield, Providence, RI: The Providence Visitor Press, 1927. pp. 7-8.
Backstory:
16. Weekly Kentucky Tribune “Typhoid Pneumonia, Its Frequent Fatality and Means of Prevention.”

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Backstory:
17. Mother Frances Gardner—Sister of Charity of Nazareth (1800-1878). Sisters of
Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.  

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21. Jolly, Dr. Ellen Ryan. Nuns of the Battlefield, Providence, RI: The Providence Visitor Press, 1927. pp. 8-9.

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22. Ibid. p. 9.

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23. Menard, Sister Marie, SCN. Manuscript. Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Archival Center, Nazareth, KY.

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24. Chittenden, L.E. Recollections of President Lincoln and his Administration. New York: Harper & Brothers, Franklin Square. 1891. pp. 258-260. Web.
<https://archive.org/details/recollectionsof1464chit>

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25. Upper Inscription. “Nuns of the Battlefield Memorial.”  National Park Service. Washington D.C.
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