Civil War Medicine
Research and Publications on Civil War Medicine by Guy R. Hasegawa

Articles & Book Chapters

Guy R. Hasegawa: "'We Got Up and Began to Back Our Medicines': What Dr. Fulton Prescribed." In Robert D. Hicks, ed. Civil War Medicine: A Surgeon's Diary. Bloomington: Indiana University Press; 2019: 288-301.

Guy R. Hasegawa. "Military Medicines."  In: Maggie Morehouse and Zoe Trodd, eds. Civil War America: A Social and Cultural History. New York: Routledge; 2013:131-41.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "Southern Resources, Southern Medicines." In: James M. Schmidt and Guy R. Hasegawa, eds. Years of Change and Suffering: Modern Perspectives on Civil War Medicine. Roseville, MN: Edinborough Press; 2009:107-25.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "Proposals for Chemical Weapons during the American Civil War." Military Medicine. 2008 May; 173(5):499-506.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "Quinine Substitutes in the Confederate Army." Military Medicine. 2007 June; 172(6):650-5.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "Preparing and Dispensing Prescriptions during the Civil War Era." Apothecary's Cabinet. 2006 Fall; (10):1-6.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "'Absurd prejudice': A. Snowden Piggot and the Confederate Medical Laboratory at Lincolnton." North Carolina Historical Review. 2004 July; 81(3):313-34.


Guy R. Hasegawa and F. Terry Hambrecht. "The Confederate Medical Laboratories." Southern Medical Journal. 2003 December; 96(12):1221-30.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "The Civil War's Medical Cadets: Medical Students Serving the Union." Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2001 July; 193(1):81-9.


Guy R. Hasegawa. "Pharmacy in the American Civil War." American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy. 2000 March 1; 57(5):475-89.