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The life of Clara Barton

Author: Percy Harold Epler
Publisher: New York : Macmillan, 1946.
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Epler, Percy Harold, 1872-
Life of Clara Barton.
New York : Macmillan, 1946
(OCoLC)551301916
Online version:
Epler, Percy Harold, 1872-
Life of Clara Barton.
New York : Macmillan, 1946
(OCoLC)632238861
Named Person: Clara Barton; Clara Barton
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Percy Harold Epler
OCLC Number: 5343369
Description: xvii, 438 pages : plates, portraits ; 21 cm
Contents: Birth and birthrights --
Her father and mother --
Her teachers --
A nurse at eleven --
"I remember nothing but fear" --
Eighteen years of teaching --
Five years in Washington before the war --
The beginning of the Civil War --
To the firing line --
Second Bull Run and Chantilly --
Harper's Ferry and South Mountain --
Antietam --
On the march through Maryland and Virginia --
The winter campaign before Fredericksburg --
Eight months at Forts Wagner, Sumter, and Gregg in the campaign before Charleston --
Stephen Barton at 15 enters the war --
The Wilderness and Spottsylvania --
At the siege of Petersburg, Virginia --
The "amen" of the war --
before Richmond --
Four years' search for missing men --
At the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War --
The call to bear the Red Cross to the Prussian firing line --
"Turn back! Turn back! The Prussians are coming!" --
Strassburg --
The surrender of Metz, Sedan, and Strassburg --
At the siege of Paris and the commune --
Advent and Christmas with the war-torn poor --
Tours in Italy and the Isle of Wight --
Nervous prostration in England --
The foundation of the Red Cross in America --
Clara Barton and the American National Red Cross in national and international disasters --
Clara Barton in Cuba and the Spanish War --
The Galveston flood, 1900 ; Retirement, 1904 ; Mexico ; President first aid to the injured --
Clara Barton as internationalist and publicist --
Clara Barton in her homes --
Social traits --
Clara Barton on war --
The religion of Clara Barton --
"Let me go! Let me go!"
Responsibility: by Percy H. Epler.

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