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Little-known story of civil war nurses.

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LOUISVILLE, KY, June 06, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- How could such an important story be left out of our nation's history books? Indeed too many stories about the contributions of Catholic Sisters and their tireless dedication to thousands of soldiers committed to their nursing care have seldom been told in mainstream history.

Now everyone can find out about Sister Lucy Dosh, SCN, and follow this remarkable young woman's journey to the Western Theatre. Discover why both sides called a truce to the grisly Civil War on her behalf. This narrative is released now in the hauntingly beautiful app Civil War Truce (www.civilwartruce.com).

About Davis Studio:
Gold-medal, award-winning Davis Studio is committed to sharing history one little-known story at a time. Led by unique storytellers, Marie Davis and Margaret Hultz, this dynamic, creative team is exploring the confluence between the literary, musical and visual arts. Each app designed and produced by Davis Studio utilizes documents, photographs, movies and other historical formats, allocated from a wide-range of resources, to create a complete media experience for their audience. Davis Studio is a group of five women working together to develop and integrate computer code and art -- women hard at work in the arts and sciences.

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