Read how hundreds of women flirted, cajoled, and tricked men into giving up top-secret information in their role as spies in the Civil War.
Clara Barton’s Civil War nursing experience taught her the importance of first aid. After the war, she worked to bring first aid training to civilian life.
How did Clara Barton go from a shy young girl to have a long and influential educational career? Read our latest blog to find out.
From sources of entertainment to deep morale boosters, the significance of quilts for Civil War soldiers might surprise you.
Clara Barton was a trailblazing woman in almost every portion of her astonishing career. She boldly went were few women had gone before.
“My sleepy emotions awoke me and…Clara Barton was there, an angel of mercy doing all in mortal power to assuage the miseries of the unfortunate soldiers.”
Discover how Clara Barton understood the tragedy of the Lincoln Assassination and how it relates to terrible events in our own times.
Cornelia Hancock saw some horrifying things in her time as a Civil War nurse. Hear in her own words how she dealt with the trauma.
“Rally! and prove that ye are men!
Rally! and let us do or die!
For war, nor death, shall boast a shade
To daunt the Union Black Brigade!”
Follow Clara Barton’s journey from battlefield nurse to opening the Missing Soldiers Office. Against all odds she worked to help people after the war.