Clara Barton And The American Red Cross

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American History

 

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February 7, 2015

 

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Barton was the first woman to work in the Patent Office. When the Civil War broke out Barton left the Patent Office to become a volunteer. She solicited for supplies to help wounded soldiers. By 1862 she was granted permission to deliver these supplies to the frontline. Providing these services helped her to realize her true calling in life; that call being to respond to human needs...
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Providing these services helped her to realize her true calling in life; that call being to respond to human needs. She continued delivering supplies and nursing soldiers for two years and by 1864 was named the superintendent of Union Nurses (Sahlman, n.d.). After the war Barton spent time lecturing about her war experiences; she also worked at the Office of Correspondence and spent time working with the suffragist movement...
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