Posts Tagged ‘Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office’
Tour the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum before your romantic night on the town, and discover the boardinghouse where Barton lived and worked!
In honor of National POW/MIA Recognition Day, the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum is offering FREE admission on September 19 – September 21.
On July 18, hear the rarely told story of Reconstruction in the American west and learn about its impact on the present day.
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.
Discover the origin of Memorial Day in the United States and the role played by future president James Garfield On Saturday May 18 at the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum, join the Site Manager of James A. Garfield National Historic Site Todd Arrington as he discusses the first Memorial Day. The […]
Join professional illusionist and magic historian Michael Cantori for a deep dive into spiritualism, seances, and 19th-century illusions.
Discover the incredible story of those who worked to save lives at Contraband Hospital in Washington DC during the Civil War.
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.
Learn how the heroic deeds of Dorence Atwater and Clara Barton helped identify thousands of soldiers graves at Andersonville Prison.