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Lena doctor to speak on frontier medical history
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DARLINGTON - Author and speaker Dr. Gordon E. Dammann of Lena will present "Frontier Medical Diseases and Treatments" at 1:30 p.m. March 26 in the meeting room of Town Bank, 15815 Wisconsin 81, Darlington.

Attendees should use the lower level entrance on the back side of building.

Dammann is a Civil War expert and the founder of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine and the Lena Area Historical Society. He is credited as the author or editor of several publications of historical and Civil War subjects. Civil War medicine being his area of expertise.

Dammann is also a licensed guide at Antietam, where there is a National Museum of Civil War Medicine satellite museum on the battle field.

Dammann was an Army post dental surgeon and captain from 1969-70 and is retired from private dental practice. He has received several awards for his involvement and participation in numerous historical societies and their functions and events.

The program is sponsored by the Lafayette County Genealogical Society and the Lafayette County Historical Society.