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2011-02-27 02:38:40
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Clara Barton died at the age of 90 in 1912 - some 47 years after the Civil War ended.

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Abraham Lincoln hired Clara Barton in the civil war

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Clara Barton Started the Red Cross and was one of the most important people in the Civil War Era.

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

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Clara Barton was a nurse to the wounded soldiers. She also was the founder of the American Red Cross.

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

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

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Clara didn't join the war, she just helped out (in1862).

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Clara Barton was involved in the American Civil War (April 12, 1861 - May 10, 1865) : August 1862 .

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