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Clara Barton

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Transcript of Clara Barton

Born on December 25, 1821
Youngest of six siblings
Was known as "Angel of the Battle Field"


Clara Bartons Early Life

Clara's Early LIfe
She could spell 3 syllable words at the age of four
She was smart
She was shy
Clara Barton
BY: Belinda R. Griffin
Helped her wounded brother David
Became a teacher at age 15
Started her own school in New Jersey but quite after some problems
Teenage Years
Later Years
Worked as a Recoding Clerk in the U.S. Patient Officer
Later on helped soldiers on the battle field
Stepping up her work
The Key to Success
Saved soldiers lives
Going Down Hill
Still Remembered as...
basketball
bicycle
blueberry
broccoli
neighborhood
library
umbrella
principal
privacy
apricot
piano
potato
envelope
telephone
tortilla
screwdriver
beautiful
computer
hospital
tomato
chocolate
parking lot
spaghetti
spider web
3 syllable words
grandmother
grandfather
grasshopper
lemonade
tricycle
post office
fingernail
butterfly
littlest
slippery
video
vitamin
government
camera
gas station
category
gigantic
ladybug
toothbrushes
sandwiches
bathing suit
imagine
coloring
handwriting
3 syllable words
Clara's School
U.S. Patient Office Building
Caring for the Wounded
Searched for the missing prisoners of war
Established Office of Correspondence
Answered over 63,000 letters , identified over 22,000 missing men
One of the letters Clara Barton Wrote
criticism of her management style, abilities, and age
Resigned from American Red Cross in 1904
Created the National First Aid Association of America
Founder of the American Red Cross
"Angel of the Battle Field"
The creater an organization that we still use today
Clara in her teens
Died April 12,1912
Wrote many books
Story of my Childhood is well known
A book by Clara Barton
Clara's Gravestone
End of Clara's Years
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