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Clara Barton was the founder of the Red Cross. Through all her achievements, she suffered a tremendous weakness. Clara struggled through bouts of depression.


No, she did not. How could she help the Union (North) soldiers with a sickness? *She couldn't* Proving my point.


yes, she firmly believed in all he did.


she went to Clinton institue college but she did not have a scholarship and and when her money ran out she dropped out of college and she regretted it all her life.


She use all sorts she had amind of her own



It's sometimes very difficult to find answers to questions like this. Clara Barton, or at least the Clara Barton I have heard of was born December 25, 1821, she was a pioneer American teacher, nurse, and humanitarian. She is best remembered for organizing the American Red Cross.She died at the age of 90 on April 12, 1912 in Glen Echo, Maryland. According to historical records Clara was never married and had no children. This is not to say she was a lesbian, in those days topics such as sex and especially sexuality were "hush-hush".So I guess it would be more of speculation, unless other documents arise, such as private diaries, journal's etc, it may remain a mystery. Though back in those days it really wasn't too uncommon for a woman of her stature to remain unmarried and childless.There have been several books written on the topic that may contain more information on her personal life. The Life of Clara Barton Founder of the American Red Cross is one (published 1969)A list of all the books are: (note, the list does not guarantee that the books are still in print)Barton, William E. The Life of Clara Barton Founder of the American Red Cross New York: AMS Press, (1969)Hutchinson, John F. Champions of Charity: War and the Rise of the Red Cross Boulder: Westview Press, Inc., (1996)Joyce, James Avery. Red Cross International and the Strategy of Peace New York: Oceana Publications, Inc., (1959)Pryor, Elizabeth Brown. Clara Barton: Professional Angel Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (1987)Ross, Ishbel. Angel of the Battlefield: The Life of Clara Barton New York: Harper and Brothers Publishers, (1956)Deady, Kathleen,W. "Clara Barton" Mankato:Capstone Press, (2003)Numbering All the Bones by Ann Rinaldi features Clara Barton and Andersonville Prison, a Civil War prison with terrible conditions.Safranski, Debby Burnett, "Angel of Andersonville, Prince of Tahiti: The Extraordinary Life of Dorence Atwater," Alling-Porterfield Publishing House, 2008


Clara Barton had a big family! the had 2 brothers and 2 sisters. She was the youngest. When she was little her boy cousins and her would hang out all the time. they would explore the farm and go ice skating and all that fun stuff. But sometimes her mom wouldn't let her play with her cousins because she thought Clara was turning in to a tom boy.


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 in 1864 was named superintendent of all Union nurses. In the 1870s, officials of the International Red Cross invited her to help form a branch of the service in the U.S.; she agreed, and led the American Red Cross for its first 26 years.For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section indicated below.


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 in 1864 was named superintendent of all Union nurses. In the 1870s, officials of the International Red Cross invited her to help form a branch of the service in the U.S.; she agreed, and led the American Red Cross for its first 26 years.Read more: clara-bartonIf you use those dates so would have started her career at 40


Tom barton his brother... both from da USA so after winning... thay drunk beer and smocked weed :D all true


They didn't, they all helped themselves due to circumstances that the other people couldn't.


her brother fell off the top of a barn all of her siblings became teachers she has 2 brother


Clara Barton didn't create the Red Cross. She had America join the Red Cross. A man named Jean Henri Dunant created the Red Cross. He created because he saw all of the soldiers that had been hurt in wars, but there wasn't enough medical supplies or doctors to help all of the soldiers.


she helped people in the civil war, made the red cross, lived and helped in a farm. you can see all this on www.clara barton.com


One woman who helped during the Civil War was Clara Barton. She was the founder of the Red Cross.



She was a battlefield nurse who helped everybody. All of the soldiers loved her. Also, after the civil war, she helped start an organization to find and identify missing soldier's. I know this, because I did a biography on her at school. Nobody knew who she was. I should have done Michael Jordan instead.....


Clara began by taking care of sick and injured animals but when she was eleven her brother David became injured. She took care of him for three years, learning to give him all of his medicine.


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 in 1864 was named superintendent of all Union nurses. In the 1870s, officials of the International Red Cross invited her to help form a branch of the service in the U.S.; she agreed, and led the American Red Cross for its first 26 years.For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click on the related links section indicated below.


Rochelle Whyte has: Played Cara in "All Saints" in 1998. Played MRI Nurse in "All Saints" in 1998. Played Cara Windom in "All Saints" in 1998. Played Nurse Barton in "White Collar Blue" in 2002. Played Nurse in "White Collar Blue" in 2002.


Clara Barton and Dorence Atwater, former prisoner who took death records, went down to the prison and uncovered all but about 460 graves.


Clarissa Harlowe 'Clara' Barton did have a relationship with (married) John J. Elwell. Clara had one close school friend named Nancy Fritts, but found it difficult to make friends as she was painfully shy. She showed extreme closeness and dedication to family. Later, she became a wonderful teacher, and was perhaps the first woman in government to command a man's salary. Her efforts as the 'Angel of the Battlefield' during the Civil War led to her founding the American Red Cross. For all her efforts and achievements, it is likely Miss Barton had many, many friends by the time she passed away at age 90.


5, from oldest to youngest: Stephen, David, Dorothy, Sally. All at least 10 years older than her. She also has another sister that is not known.



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