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Spanish-American War | Daughters of Charity Provincial Archives

DCs and Presidents – William McKinley at Camp Wikoff, Long Island, 1898

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ome of Polands thousands of war orphans at the Catholic Orphanage in Lublin, on September where they are being cared for by the Polish Red Cross. Most of the clothing, as well as vitamins and medicines, are provided by the American Red Cross.

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daughters of charity and the Spanish american war

Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet - St. Louis Province

The attached picture shows the Sisters of Charity, the Sisters of St. Joseph and the Sisters of the Holy Cross at Fort Hamilton, Lexington, KY.

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daughters of charity of st vincent de paul spanish american war - Google Search

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Nuns in the Spanish-American War

A black and white photo taken in 1898 of nuns and soldiers in Tampa in the Spanish American War. "Volunteer nuns of the Academy of Holy names rose at daily to prepare 3 meals a day for hundreds of soldiers during their stay in Tampa.

Sister Chrysostum Moynahan served with 189 other Daughters caring for soldiers of the Spanish-American War. Missioned to St. Vincent's Hospital in Birmingham, AL, in 1898, she did not arrive until March 13, 1899 because she was delayed in Portsmouth caring for Spanish prisoners who were severely burned when their ship was sunk.  She became the first registered nurse licensed to practice in the State of Alabama.  More: http://via.library.depaul.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1062&context=vhj

Sister Chrysostum Moynahan served with 189 other Daughters of Charity caring for soldiers of the Spanish-American War. She became the first registered nurse licensed to practice in the State of Alabama.

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