Posts Tagged ‘Missing Soldiers Office’
Hear the war-time story of the Walters family and how Clara Barton and the Missing Soldiers Office helped them find closure.
Learn about the legacy of the Black Diamond maritime disaster from Museum Director Karen Stone a few weeks before its anniversary.
Director of Interpretation Jake Wynn will take viewers on a Facebook Live virtual tour of the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum
Join us for an exclusive tour of the Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office Museum available only to members of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine!
Discover the ways Clara Barton’s work of searching for missing soldiers is carried on today through the Defense Personnel Accounting Agency.
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.
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.
This blog post examines an under-appreciated yet inspirational aspect of Clara Barton’s legacy – her time as an author and public speaker.
The Missing Soldiers Office is partnering with Atlas Obscura to explore the history of amputations and the American Civil War.