Clara Barton: Civil War Nurse
Enslow Publishers, 1997 - 128 σελίδες
Called the angel of the battlefield, Clara Barton's compassion for others led her to caring for wounded soldiers during the Civil War. Barton's role as founder of the American Red Cross and her leadership as its first president, earned her a place in history.
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Angel of the Battlefield
From the Classroom
At the Front
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