Posts Tagged ‘Clara Barton’
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.
Learn how the heroic deeds of Dorence Atwater and Clara Barton helped identify thousands of soldiers graves at Andersonville Prison.
Learn about the discovery of the Missing Soldiers Office at an all-day seminar in Farmville, Virginia focusing on Civil War discoveries.
Clara Barton’s life and work paralleled the development of international emergency relief and its spread throughout the world.
This blog post examines an under-appreciated yet inspirational aspect of Clara Barton’s legacy – her time as an author and public speaker.
Discover how Clara Barton and the Red Cross formed a partnership centered on war and disaster relief that helped countless people around the world.