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    • Bone Letter, February 10, 1863

    • Military life; Military camps; Correspondence; Family; Civil War; Eating & drinking; Medical personnel; Medical aspects of war
    • Camp near Pine Bluff. Dr. Bone to Minerva: he had a good meal (hog jaw, peas, butter and buttermilk) when he went out of camp to see a sick soldier, sold his mule, has $525 in his pocket and will send some money home.
    • DSG legislative report, 1981-07-13

    • Legislative bodies; Laws; Legislation; Law & legal affairs; Legislative hearings; Political organizations
    • The Democratic Study Group formed in 1959 making it the oldest legislative service organization in Congress. The group provides detailed information about legislation and policy issues on the House's upcoming agenda....
    • DSG legislative report, 1981-07-13

    • Legislative bodies; Laws; Legislation; Law & legal affairs; Legislative hearings; Political organizations
    • The Democratic Study Group formed in 1959 making it the oldest legislative service organization in Congress. The group provides detailed information about legislation and policy issues on the House's upcoming agenda....
    • Bone Letter,  September 13, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life; Medicine; Health
    • Near Austin, Arkansas, Camp Holmes. Dr. Boneto Minerva: his regiment is entering the war zone, he is resigned to ignore rumors and to let time reveal their movements, one of the regiments that he sees is not doing well because of lack of...
    • Bone Letter, September 21, 1862

    • Correspondence; Civil War; Military life; Medicine; Health
    • Near Douglass, Nacogdoches County, Texas. Minerva to Dr. Bone: she has heard rumors that he will be court-martialed for not discharging until he gets to Little Rock and that he will be hung for giving strychnine to a man.
    • Broad Banded Water Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids
    • Although commonly mistaken for the Cottonmouth, the Broad-Banded Water Snake is actually a non-venomous colubrid snake that only typically bites when harassed or handled. It is found in nearly every type of aquatic habitat within its range,...
    • Bull Snake

    • Snakes; Reptiles; Colubrids; Animals; Herps
    • The Bull Snake is often mistaken for the Western Diamondback Rattlesnake because of its defensive behavior of hissing and rearing off of the ground in a striking posture. However, the Bull Snake is not venomous and may be distinguished from a...
    • Western Cottonmouth

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Moccasins; Hemotoxins; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Snake
    • The cottonmouth gets its name from the white lining of the mouth cavity that is usually seen during the snake's gaping mouth defensive display. Cottonmouths are usually seen basking near water where they feed on fish, frogs, and small rodents, but...
    • Broadbanded Water Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes; Colubrids
    • Although commonly mistaken for cottonmouths, the Broadbanded Water Snake is actually a non-venomous colubrid snake that only typically bites when harassed or handled. It is found in nearly every type of aquatic habitat within its range, including...
    • Banded Water Snake

    • Snakes; Colubrids
    • Although commonly mistaken for the Cottonmouth, the Banded Water Snake is actually a non-venomous colubrid snake that only typically bites when harassed or handled. It is found in nearly every type of aquatic habitat within its range, including...
    • Banded Water Snake

    • Snakes; Colubrids
    • Although commonly mistaken for the Cottonmouth, the Banded Water Snake is actually a non-venomous colubrid snake that only typically bites when harassed or handled. It is found in nearly every type of aquatic habitat within its range, including...
    • Western Cottonmouth

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Moccasins; Hemotoxins; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Snake
    • The cottonmouth gets its name from the white lining of the mouth cavity that is usually seen during the snake's gaping mouth defensive display. Cottonmouths are usually seen basking near water where they feed on fish, frogs, and small rodents, but...
    • Western Cottonmouth

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Moccasins; Hemotoxins; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Snake
    • The cottonmouth gets its name from the white lining of the mouth cavity that is usually seen during the snake's gaping mouth defensive display. Cottonmouths are usually seen basking near water where they feed on fish, frogs, and small rodents, but...
    • Western Cottonmouth

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Moccasins; Hemotoxins; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Snake
    • The cottonmouth gets its name from the white lining of the mouth cavity that is usually seen during the snake's gaping mouth defensive display. Cottonmouths are usually seen basking near water where they feed on fish, frogs, and small rodents, but...
    • Western Cottonmouth

    • Reptiles; Reptile; Snakes; Vipers; Pit vipers; Moccasins; Hemotoxins; Hemotoxic; Venomous; Snake
    • The cottonmouth gets its name from the white lining of the mouth cavity that is usually seen during the snake's gaping mouth defensive display. Cottonmouths are usually seen basking near water where they feed on fish, frogs, and small rodents, but...
    • Diamondback Water Snake

    • Reptiles; Snakes
    • Although commonly mistaken for rattlesnakes or cottonmouths, the Diamondback Water Snake is actually a non-venomous colubrid snake that only typically bites when harassed or handled. It is found in neary every type of aquatic habitat within its...

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