A 30-40 minute presentation about the life of Annie Wittenmyer, a woman from Keokuk, Iowa, who became a strong advocate for orphans of Civil War casualties, eventually creating several orphanages to feed and hosue them. Later, after learning of the plight of countless soldiers who were dying in hospitals because of poor and inadequate diets, she undertook the task of developing diet programs within the hospitals.
Suitable for both large and small groups.
To inform the audience of the important work done by Annie Wittenmyer
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Video and audio recordings are not permitted.
Upon request, a list of authors and articles on the topic will be sent in advance for copying and distribution after the presentation.