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Clara Barton: 7 Facts about the Civil War Nurse and Medical Pioneer

Clara Barton, a fearless humanitarian who helped revolutionize battlefield medicine, is celebrated for her lifelong dedication to helping others. She was a teacher, a nurse, an abolitionist, and a campaigner for women’s rights. And though it’s been more than 200 years since her birth on Christmas day, 1821, she remains one of the most honored women in American history.

When Barton died in 1912 at the age of 91, the New York Times He wrote, “She was a woman of remarkable executive skill, of unbounded enthusiasm, inspired by humane ideas…. Her name became a household word, associated in the public mind with goodness and mercy.”


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