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Clara Barton

What did Clara Barton do during the civil war?


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clara barton served in the civil war as a nurse

Clara Barton was a famous nurse in the civil war

about 30,000 during the civil war.

Clara Barton was a nurse during the civil war not a president. she was called the "Angel of Battlefield".

Clara Barton was a nurse for the Confederacy (South) :3

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

She helped care for the soldiers during and after the battles. :)

the 3 Government who helped Clara during the civil was the1 red cross2

They both helped others during the Civil War but Clara Barton was white and Harriet Tubman was black.

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.

she helped sodiers in the civil war

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

Abraham Lincoln hired Clara Barton in the civil war

Clara Barton helped wounded soldiers during the Civil War. After the war, at the time of James Garfield's presidency, she created the American Red Cross.

She was a nurse.She healed the injured soldiers.

Clara Barton still worked in the red cross and made bigger and more efficient. also when she was getting old she wrote a book about the civil war and what she went through during that time.

An independent woman who helped nurse soldiers and get supplies during the Civil War, Clara Barton is best known for founding the American Red Cross.

At the outbreak of the war, she was living in Washington, D.C. During the war she served on several battlefields in Virginia.

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

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