Glenna Ruth Schroeder-Lein, American librarian, historian.
Schroeder-Lein, Glenna Ruth was born on September 23, 1951 in Pasadena, California, United States. Daughter of Walter A. Schroeder and Ruth L. Mueller.
Bachelor in History, California State University, Fullerton, 1975. Master of Arts in History, California State University, Fullerton, 1978. Master of Library Science, University Arizona, 1981.
Doctor of Philosophy in History, University Georgia, 1991.
Archivist Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, 1977—1981. Photo library World Vision, Monrovia, 1982—1984. Visiting assistant professor Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland, 1990.
Adjunct instructor University Tennessee, Knoxville, 1993—2000. Visiting assistant professor Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, 2000. Manuscript library Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library., Springfield, Illinois, since 2005.
This work tells the story of Samuel Hollingsworth Stout, an innovative Confederate doctor and medical director of the Army of Tennessee, and his successful administration and establishment of more than sixty mobile military hospitals scattered throughout the western theatre.
The American Civil War is the most read about era in our history, and among its most compelling aspects is the story of Civil War medicine - the staggering challenge of treating wounds and disease on both sides of the conflict.
Assistant editor: Papers of Andrew Johnson, 1990—2000, Papers of Abraham Lincoln, 2001-2003. Author: Confederate Hospitals on the Move: Samuel H. Stout and the Army of Tennessee, 1994, Andrew Johnson: A Biographical Companion, 2001, The Encyclopedia of Civil War Medicine, 2008. Contributor articles to professional journals.