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Collection Reference Number GLC02649.22
From Archive Folder Collection of Dr. Thomas A. McParlin 
Title Abraham Lincoln Foully Assassinated, April 14th 1865, from the London Punch
Date ca. April 1865
Author McParlin, Thomas A. (1825-1897)  
Document Type Miscellany
Content Description Nineteen stanza poem, an anonymous tribute to the late President, McParlin copied from Punch magazine.
Subjects Military History  Union Forces  Assassination  Lincoln Assassination  President  Literature and Language Arts  Poetry  Journalism  Government and Civics  Railroad  Civil War  
People McParlin, T. A. (Thomas Andrew) (1825-1897)  
Place written s.l.
Theme The American Civil War; Arts & Literature; The Presidency
Sub-collection Papers and Images of the American Civil War
Additional Information Folder Information: Includes personal and professional letters and documents to and from Dr. Thomas A. McParlin, medical director of the Army of Virginia and the army of the Potomac during the Civil War. Among the individuals represented in this archive are Secretary of War Simon Cameron, Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, generals George Meade, George D. Ruggles, John Pope, Rufus Ingalls, noted reformer Dorothea Dix, and numerous Civil War medical officers. Documents include wartime and post-war items. Of particular interest is a lengthy (40 page) manuscript report, prepared by McParlin for General William A. Hammond, chronicling his efforts as during the campaign of the Army of Virginia during the summer of 1862. Thomas Andrew McParlin (1825-1897) of Maryland was a surgeon in the U. S. Army from the time of the Mexican War to after the Civil War. By the end of the latter conflict, McParlin had become Medical Director of the Army of the Potomac and was present during the siege at Petersburg. McParlin was appointed Assistant Surgeon, 03 March 1849; appointed Major, Surgeon, 21 May 1861, breveted Lieutenant Colonel, for faithful and meritorious service in the field, 01 August 1864; breveted Brigadier General for meritorious and distinctive service at New Orleans where cholera and yellow fever prevailed, 26 November 1866; breveted Colonel, for faithful service during the war, 13 March 1865; appointed Lieutenant Colonel, Assistant Medical Purchaser, 13 April 1881; appointed Colonel, Surgeon, 16 September 1885. McParlin retired on 10 July 1889; he died eight years later (28 January 1897).
Copyright The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Module Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945
Civil War: Theater of War Main Eastern Theater