Interested in nursing and Rock ‘n Roll history? Co-written by an EMT, Woodstock ’69: Three Days of Peace, Music & Medical Care is a new book on the medical facilities and treatment administered at Woodstock. It is a fascinating look into how well organized bell-bottomed longhairs actually were. Not only did they book three days of 32 rock and folk musicians, they also set up to care for over 500,000 crazed hippies. Doctors were acquired, helicopters were mobilized and medical facilities were tented and many “freak-outs” were triaged to local hospitals. Woodstock ‘69: Three Days of Peace, Music & Medical Care is a must read for health sciences students, American historians and music geeks.
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