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Clara Barton

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Clarissa "Clara" Harlowe Barton (December 25, 1821 – April 12, 1912) was a pioneering nurse .... Before her father died, Clara Barton was able to talk to him about the war effort. He...

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When was Clara born? When did she die? Clara Barton was born on Christmas day 1821. She died at her home in Glen Echo, Maryland, on April 12, 1912.

Clara Barton

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Clara Barton was born on December 25, 1821 in Oxford, Massachusetts. She did many important things in her life. She was a teacher; a battlefield nurse and ...

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Died: April 21, 1922. Glen Echo ... Clara Barton was born on December 25, 1821, in North Oxford, Massachusetts. She was the ... In return her brother taught her skills that young women did not usually learn, such as carpentry. The teenage ...

Clara Barton Chronology 1861-1869 - Clara Barton National Historic ...

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Clara Barton's father, Stephen Barton, died in North Oxford, Massachusetts. On his deathbed, he encouraged Clara Barton to continue her patriotic support for ...

Clara Barton - Civil War Trust

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Clara Barton Biography. ... In January 1865, Barton returned to the North when her brother and nephew died. In March, President Abraham Lincoln appointed ...

Biography: Clara Barton for Kids - Ducksters

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Kids learn about the biography of Clara Barton, Civil War nurse who founded the ... Died: April 12, 1912 in Glen Echo, Maryland; Best known for: Founder of the ... to read and write while she was still young and Clara did very well in school.

Clara Barton Facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com articles ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Clara Barton at Encyclopedia.com. ... programs for social change, she did a great social service as activist and propagandist. ... she retired instead to Glen Echo, Md., where she died on April 12, 1912.

Clara Barton,1821-1912: A Life of Caring for Others

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Jul 26, 2009 ... Clara Barton really began her life of caring for the sick when she was ... After sixteen years of teaching, she realized she did not know all she .... She died after a life of service to others in April, nineteen twelve, at age ninety.

Clara Barton - Family

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Clara's father was a prosperous businessman, captain of the local army and a government official in Oxford, Massachusetts. The captain taught Clara geography ...

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Clara Barton died of natural causes at the age of 90 on April 12, 1912
Civil War nurse Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross. Barton was a teacher and a U.S. Patent Office clerk before devoting herself to nursing in the American Civil War (1861-65). She earned the nickname "the angel of the battlefield" and... More>>
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Clara Barton - Nurse, Educator - Biography.com

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Educator Clara Barton founded the American Red Cross and became its first president. ... Barton died at her home in Glen Echo, Maryland, on April 12, 1912.

Clara Barton | HistoryNet

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Information and Articles About Clara Barton, a famous civil war nurse and a prominent ... She later wrote, "Child that I was, I did not know that the surest test of ... to keep records, Clara wrote the names of the men who died at Chatham and ...

Clara Barton | American Red Cross Founder | Who is Clara Barton

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Clarissa Harlowe Barton, Clara, as she wished to be called, is one of the most honored ... Here, again, she recognized a pressing human need and did something ... of the Union men who died in the notorious Andersonville Prison in Georgia.