Born a slave, Harriet Jacobs became an unstoppable truth teller, activist, and reformer.
Dr. Mary E. Walker of New York embarked on a crusade to become a surgeon in the Union Army.
Largely forgotten today, Cornelia Hancock was one of the best known and beloved nurses of the Army of the Potomac during the Civil War. Throughout the war, from the Battle of Gettysburg to Appomattox, she maintained a long association with the 14th Connecticut Volunteers through her work in 2nd and 3rd Corps […]
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Before you see Captain America: Civil War, discover the incredible connections between Civil War Medicine and the Marvel cinematic universe.
“The entire neighborhood is sitting shiva.” Reflections on the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire and it’s effect on our world, and the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum.
A favorite with soldiers, North and South …
This week’s Art and War blog post features Langston Hughes, who was born 114 years ago today.
Grief carved in stone. Kӓthe Kollwitz captured this in her artwork.
The second installment of our Art and War series takes us far from Clara Barton’s DC residence to discuss familiar themes of death far from home and the lack of closure therein.