Posts Tagged ‘Clara Barton’
Discover the ways Clara Barton’s work of searching for missing soldiers is carried on today through the Defense Personnel Accounting Agency.
In honor of National POW/MIA Recognition Day, the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum is offering FREE admission on September 19 – September 21.
The Sherwood family story puts a face to Clara Barton’s nation-wide search for missing men. See how her findings provided comfort to families everywhere.
Learn about the disastrous first major battle of the Civil War, and how it inspired Clara Barton to care for sick and wounded soldiers.
Read about Clara Barton’s early efforts to find missing soldiers immediately after the Civil War, as her humanitarian efforts changed to meet a new need.
Washington’s Civil War hospitals played host to a wide range of characters from President Abraham Lincoln to Walt Whitman.
We know today that Clara Barton was an incredible humanitarian, but what did her neighbors think of her? Read one of their diaries to find out.
Celebrate the premier of “Healthcare on the Frontlines” – a documentary film connecting the response to the healthcare crisis of the Civil War to today.
Explore the important work of identifying missing men that helped Clara Barton contribute to establishing the National Cemetery at Andersonville Prison.
Come to the Missing Soldiers Office on January 19 at 1 PM to hear artist Peter Waddell discuss his work on a new mural detailing Clara Barton’s life.