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anitseptic
substance that prevents the growth of disease
Penicillin
antibiotic made naturally
Baltimore
city in maryland
Buddha
chinese god
Microscope
Instrument used to look at bacteria closely and things that are impossible to see with the naked eye
Refract
measuring the characteristics of the eye
prism
glass piece, makes images bigger, used in microscopes
bacteria
substances unable to be seen with naked eye. carries diseases
Jimson Weed
Coarse poisonous plant
David Hunter Strother
Famous American Magazine Illustrator
Captain Turner Ashbey
civil war confederate brigadier general
animalcula
microscopic organism
big field gang slavery
large plantations for people who had more slaves
virginia military institute
military college
stethoscope
medical instrument used listen to the human heart/ lungs
quinine
bitter crystalline compound
pleurisy rales
inflammation of the lungs
bleeding off
to lose blood due to a rupture of blood vessels
90 day stint
a period of 90 days when soldiers are in battle
lathered
spread a foam made of soap and water over something
winchester
town
Harper's Ferry
Location of federal arsenal that John Brown raided to get guns to arm slaves
silhouette
a drawing of the outline of an object
patrician breeding
fancy ppl marrying of fancy ppl
parlor game
a game suitable for playing in a parlor
matriculate
someone who has been admitted to a college or university
oberon college
college
yankee army
union
"Life Lines"
palme reading the telling of what will happen in your life based on creases in palm
Baltimore and Ohio RR
1st public RR
Tungoil
oil used on furniture and leather
ruffians
a brutal person
White Trash Mongrels
insult used to express negative feelings to others in moments of disgust
Leviticus
3rd book in bible
Presbyterian
christian religion
clark county rifles
guns used during battle
recruiting agent
a person who enlists people in the army
home guard
a volunteer unit formed to defend the homeland while the regular army is fighting elsewhere
billeted
lodging for a soldier
gangrene
the localized death of living cells (as from infection or the interruption of blood supply)
palm reading
telling fortunes by lines on the palm of the hand
tradesman
a merchant who owns or manages a shop
Army N. Virginia
confederate army form n virginia
battle of manassas
won by the south which made them think they would win the war, and the north knew they would have to work harder to win.
war of Roses
conflict between two rival branches, York and Lancaster, in England
quaker
A religious group that believe all people are equal and are basically good. They feel that violence is always wrong, and refused to carry guns or fight. They also believe in solving all problems peacefully.
virginia grays
another name for the confederate army of N. Virginia