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The Life Of Clara Barton

by Percy H. Epler

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Published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages484
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10515761M
    ISBN 10054812941X
    ISBN 109780548129418
    OCLC/WorldCa268677015

    Clara Barton was an American nurse, teacher and founder of the American Red Cross. Read this biography to learn more about her childhood, life, works, achievements and timeline. Born in: North Oxford, Massachusetts, U.S. Can You Identify These World Leaders? Affectionately referred to as the ‘Angel of the Battlefield’, Clara Barton is the.   The NOOK Book (eBook) of the A Quiet Will: The Life of Clara Barton (Abridged, Annotated) by William E. Barton at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 Due to COVID, orders may be : Big Byte Books.

    Early life and career Clara Barton was born on Decem , in North Oxford, Massachusetts. She was the youngest child of Stephen Barton, a farmer and state law maker who had served in the American Revolution (–83), and his wife, Sarah. Full name: Clarissa Halowe Barton Birth: Decem in North Oxford, Massachusetts Death: April 12th, in Glen Echo, Maryland Parents: Captain Stephen and Sarah Barton Clara was the youngest of 5 children and most of her education came from her older brothers and sisters. She accelerated in her studies and was very intelligent.

      Full program: Part 2 of a visit to Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office in Washington, DC. In this segment, we. Clara Barton visited Europe in hope to recover from health issues. While in Europe, she discovered the International Red Cross. Clara Barton had similar ideas of Europe's Red Cross. Barton read a book written by the founder of the Red Cross network and wanted this system in .


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$ Clara Barton: Founder of The American Red Cross5/5(1). Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Time For Kids: Clara Barton: Angel of the Battlefield (Time For Kids Biographies).

After leaving the Red Cross, Clara Barton remained active, giving speeches and lectures. She also wrote a book entitled The Story of My Childhood, which was published in Born:   In the book "Who Was Clara Barton" by Stephanie Spinner is a book about the story and life of Clara Barton.

In her life, she had taken care of her brother who was sick when she was a little girl. That made her want to become a nurse for the wounded during war time/5.

Clara Barton is one of the most-recognized heroes of the American Civil War. She began her illustrious career as an educator but found her true calling tending wounded soldiers on and off bloody. Clara Barton's life story is a truly inspirational story.

She is a role model and superstar that your students will love learning about. Newly Updated with trading cards and visual directions. This unit includes everything you need to teach about one of the most remarkable women in 4/5(90).

In Clara Barton: Founder of the Despite its title, the book spans Barton’s entire life, but it emphasizes her early years and Civil War work, only briefly synopsizing her time with the Red.

Page - Cross, both in relief measures preparatory to the campaigns, in sanitary assistance at several of the camps of assemblage, and later, under the able and experienced leadership of the president of the society, Miss Clara Barton, on the fields of battle and in the hospitals at the front in Cuba.

Working in conjunction with the governmental authorities and under their sanction and. Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross.

Barton was educated at home and began teaching at age She attended the Liberal Institute at Clinton, N.Y. (–51). In in Bordentown, N.J., she established a free school that soon became so large that the townsmen would no longer allow a. Clara Barton, –, American humanitarian, organizer of the American Red Cross, b.

North Oxford (now Oxford), Mass. She taught school (–54) and clerked in the U.S. Patent Office before the outbreak of the Civil War. She then established a service of supplies for soldiers and nursed in army camps and on the battlefields.

Clara Barton: Founder of the American Red Cross by Augusta Stevenson Illustrator Frank Giacoiais from a series of Childhood of Famous Americans. A Biography written for children ages but can be enjoyed by anyone.

The book tells about the life of Clara Barton who was a nurse who eventually founder the American Red Cross.4/5. Clara Barton summary: Clara Barton is best known as one of the founders of the American Red Cross and as a pioneer in the field of nursing.

She was also a supporter of the women’s suffrage movement and dedicated her life to helping people. Clarissa "Clara" Harlowe Barton was born Decemin North Oxford, Massachusetts, to Captain Stephen and Sarah (Stone). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

The life of Clara Barton by Percy Harold Epler,The Macmillan Company edition, in EnglishCited by: 2. Clara Barton Professional Angel Book Summary: Widely known today as the "Angel of the Battlefield," Clara Barton's personal life has always been shrouded in mystery.

In Clara Barton, Professional Angel, Elizabeth Brown Pryor presents a biography of Barton that strips away the heroic exterior and reveals a complex and often trying woman.

A pioneer all her life, Clara Barton began her greatest endeavor when she was nearly 40 years old. The soldiers recruited to fight in the Civil War did not have enough warm clothes or medical supplies to last through the four long years of battle.

Download This book is a concise, interpretive account of the life of Clara Barton from her childhood in Massachusetts through her feats of heroism during the Civil War, her founding of the American Red Cross, which she led for 20 years, and her bitterly contested ejection from office which clouded her last decade.

Highlights of an Extraordinary Life. Clara Barton was working in the U.S. Patent Office in Washington, DC when the Civil War began. Like many women, she helped collect bandages and other much-needed supplies, but she soon realized that she could best support the troops by going in person to the hout many major battles of the war, she nursed.

Clara Barton No preview available - The Story of My Childhood (Classic Reprint) Clara Barton No preview available - Sometimes, in later years, when I found myself suddenly on a strange horse in a trooper's saddle, flying for life or liberty in front of pursuit, I blessed the baby lessons of the wild gallops among the beautiful 5/5(2).

The Detroit Free Press describing Clara Barton in 1. THE FIRST INSTALLMENT of our Pioneers in Nursing series focused on Florence Nightingale.

This article continues the series by celebrating the life and accomplishments of Clara Barton, an. Clara Barton died inat the age of 90, at her home in Glen Echo, Maryland. InRichard Lyons, a carpenter for the General Services Administration (GSA), discovered the sign for Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office and other artifacts in the attic after the building on 7th street, NW was scheduled for demolition.

Get this from a library! The life of Clara Barton. [Kathleen Connors] -- "Presents the life of the nurse who served on the battlefields of the Civil War and later founded the American Red Cross.".Young Clara helped nurse him back to health.

These experiences would prove beneficial, and at times crucial, to her humanitarian work later in life. Clara Goes to Work. At the age of eighteen, Clara Barton went to work: not as a nurse, but as a teacher. In the s in the United States, nursing was a predominately male profession.This is the final post in the Clara Barton Study Tour series.

There have been many lessons learned during the tour. All of the participants have agreed to take what we learned and reflect on how our lives have been changed by this trip and what we are going to do to use what we learned to further the humanitarian work of Clara and the Red Cross.