Clara Barton

How many people did Clara Barton treat during the civil war?


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2008-04-01 23:06:29
2008-04-01 23:06:29

she treted about 32165495473675649465465435465486465465 people clara barton saves about 30000 people during the civil war

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Clara helped aroung 1000 soldiers during the civil war but many that she tried to help died

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Clara Barton was given the nickname of Angel of the Battlefield during the Civil War. She worked on the front lines applying dressings and tending to wounded soldiers.

Abraham Lincoln hired Clara Barton in the civil war

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She was a nurse.She healed the injured soldiers.

She help people with there lifes and tried to stop the civil war

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Clara Barton was almost shot during the Battle of Antietam, Maryland in September of 1862. The bullet passed through her dress sleeve and killed the soldier she was attending to.

Clara Barton died at the age of 90 in 1912 - some 47 years after the Civil War ended.

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