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John A. Wyeth (John Allan), 1845-1922
With Sabre and Scalpel; the Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon.
New York; London: Harper & Brothers, 1914.
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JOHN ALLAN WYETH, M.D., LL.D.
From a photograph by Bradley, 1914
[Frontispiece Image]

[Title Page Image]

MARSHALL COUNTY COURT-HOUSE, GUNTERSVILLE, ALABAMA

CHEROKEE MISSIONARY STATION, 1820
The first house built in that part of "The Reservation" in the present county of Marshall in Alabama. The author's parents were living here when he was born. It still serves as a residence and bids fair to endure for another century

"MAJOR" AND HIS PUPIL

A HUNTSVILLE MANSION OF THE EARLY DAYS

LA GRANGE MILITARY ACADEMY, 1861
On the right the chapel, armory towers, and section-rooms; on the left Company B barracks; in the center the main building with section-rooms, chemical laboratory, etc., and company barracks. The headquarters structure, the hospital, the library buildings of the Dialectical and Lafayette societies, the extensive commissary and quartermaster buildings are not shown in the picture.

SITE OF LA GRANGE MILITARY ACADEMY
The trees shown here are growing from the ruins of the large central building with the portico of four columns shown in the illustration facing page 160

THE "OLD BRICK CHURCH"
From a photograph taken at the Reunion in May, 1904. The only building now standing at La Grange

JOHN A. WYETH, Co. I, 4TH ALABAMA CAVALRY
From a photograph taken in 1861

LIEUT. JOHN A. GIBSON, Co. C, 4TH ALABAMA CAVALRY
From a photograph taken ten years after the Civil War closed

MAP OF THE
BATTLE OF CHICKAMAUGA.
Sept. 19th and 20th, 1863.

BATTLE-FLAG OF THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY
Blue cross containing thirteen stars; red field, white border. Burnside breech-loading cavalry carbine and Colt's army six-shooter of models used by the author in the service. Post-oak relic containing two cannon-balls and two grape-shot lodged during the battle of Chickamauga, 1863. Thirty years later this souvenir was secured and presented to the author by his friend Dr. Cooper Holtzclaw, of Chattanooga, Tennessee.

STATUE OF DR. J. MARION SIMS, BRYANT PARK, NEW YORK

A CHAMOIS ON GUARD
A snap-shot taken by the author, from the Bonaparte Trail, over the Great St. Bernard Pass

POLYCLINIC MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL, 341-351 WEST FIFTIETH STREET, NEW YORK

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BUST PORTRAIT OF DR. JOHN A. WYETH, UNVEILED AT THE POLYCLINIC HOSPITAL, MAY 1, 1914

MY SWEETHEART'S FACE