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This title examines the remarkable life of Clara Barton . May 27, 2015 Rania marked it as to-read. Clara Barton the Civil War Hero & American Red Cross Founder that was written by Susan E. Hamen She was born in Massachusetts in 1821, Clara Barton was the youngest of six children. Barton supplemented her early education with practical experience, working as a clerk and book keeper for her oldest brother. She worked for several years as a teacher, even starting her own school in Bordentown, New Jersey in 1853.
Examines the remarkable life of Clara Barton including Barton's creation of a New Jersey public school, her work helping the soldiers of the American Civil War, and her establishment of the American Red Cross. No current Talk conversations about this book.
Then answer each question. Clara Barton: Civil War Hero. Clara Barton was born in 1821 in Massachusetts. The American Red Cross gathered supplies to help people who needed relief from floods, tornados, and other disasters. War is frightening, because supplies are scarce and people are fighting. She worked hard from a young age, helping around the house and taking care of her older siblings. She was president until 1904, but continued to help people by teaching first aid strategies and ways to be prepared for emergencies, so more people could help others. Clara Barton died in 1912, when she was 90 years old. Readers will learn about Barton's family background, childhood, education, work as a teacher and nurse, and societal contributions. Format: Library Binding.
Authors: Susan E. Hamen. ISBN 13: 9781604539608.
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Clara Barton, 1821-1912 Civil War Nurse Founder American Red Cross. Clara Barton's civil war work began in April 1861. After the Battle of Bull Run, she established an agency to obtain and distribute supplies to wounded soldiers. In July 1862, she obtained permission to travel behind the lines, eventually reaching some of the grimmest battlefields of the war and serving during the sieges of Petersburg and Richmond. Barton delivered aid to soldiers of both the North and South. After the war, she became a popular and widely respected lecturer.
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Civil War Nurse Clara Barton. Teacher, nurse, Red Cross founder Clara Barton: "I have an almost complete disregard of precedent, and a faith in the possibility of something better. After the war, she organized the cemetery at Andersonville Military Prison for Union Soldiers. She later founded the American Red Cross. 1995 Clara Barton Civil War Issue Date: June 1995 City: Gettysburg, PA Quantity: panes of 20 Prin. Clara Barton’s Secret War: Crippiling Depression. This Day in History marks the creation of one of America’s leading humanitarian organizations.
Author: Susan E. Hamen
Category: Young Adult and teen
Subcategory: Education & Reference
Publisher: Abdo Group (January 1, 2010)
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