She later got caught and was later put into prison in 1864 by confederate troops and taken into prison. Along with Mary Edward walker, Clara Barton, was an Army nurse. Clara was to serve help in curing injured men. She had a bad experience when she went to go cure a man, a bullet that killed the man she was helping was peireced threw her sleeve. She had been assisting him and tried to save him, but it was too late and he had died. Also these women made a legacy in life, Underground Railroad, being the first US army women surgeon, and the foundation of the American Red Cross. Mary Todd Lincoln, who was married to Abraham Lincoln. Although she was a lot different then the other important women in the civil war, she was just as important. She was the wife of the president during the war. Although she did not exactly fight or become a nurse of the war, she still had to take care of her family and all of Abraham’s stressful days. She had to mend to her children’s needs while Abraham was out making sure the troops in the war were in the right standings. When 1865 came around it was a terrible year for her, her family and her heart were crushed. Her loved one was assassinated, and her family and herself had no idea how to handle it. Being that she was the presidents wife, she was still important to make a legacy. Showed that women are strong enough to handle stress, children, and deaths in their family to be strong for
Clara Barton was a true pioneer and humanitarian. She is a well known woman in American history due to her participation in the Civil War and her founding of the American Red Cross. She became a teacher at a time where most teacher's were men. She was one of the first woman to ever be hired by the Federal government and was an inspiration for all women during her lifetime and forever after
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I chose Clara Barton because of the work that she did. I knew that women were involved in the Civil War but did not know to what extent. When the war broke out she volunteered at the Washington Infirmary. The text book stated that she was one of the first to volunteer. She won permission to nurse the wounded on the battle fields (“Clara Barton”, 2). She brought supplies on three wagons to the Battle of Antietam (2). She travelled with her wagons throughout the war helping the wounded Union soldiers and the Confederate prisoners. Most of the supplies were purchased through private donations and Barton’s own money (2). In 1880 she founded the American Red Cross after a trip in 1869 to Geneva, Switzerland as a
Clara Barton is remembered for risking her life to treat soldiers on the battlefield and founding the American Red Cross. Shortly
Clara Barton was a nurse, suffragist and humanitarian who is best know for organizing the american red Cross. During the civil war, she saw the need for an efficient organization to distribute food and medical supplies to the troops. Her work of doing this was endless. She worked very hard and her efforts were very appreciated. She organized relief for the wounded and often used her own supplies for the front lines. As the war ended she helped locate missing soldiers. Set up an office to locate missing soldiers and identify prisoners and find names of the men that died in battle.
Thank you for the very nice comments, we have all been working very hard at getting our degrees and I couldn't be more proud of my girls. They are amazing. Rachel is on the final stretch to complete her Masters in Nursing; Leah has completed her A.A and will be starting on her B.B.A.in the fall. I have completed my A.A and my A.S. and started my Bachelors, with plans on completing next spring. With the situation here at work I am taking summer classes to try and be complete with my B.B.A as soon as I can.
I think that it is great that you would like to have a career where you can empower people. I just want to tell you to do what you love.
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I just wanted to inform you that one of the nurses; Joyce LPN was very rude, load, and disrespectful to me in two different occasions. I will appreciate your appropriate notification to her in order to stop disruptions in the work environment.
Good morning professor Williams, and my fellow students. I am here to introduce to all of you a woman who takes pride in her engagements in different kinds of sports namely soccer, baseball and hunting. Currently, she is into soccer. Through her love for sports, she was able to travel to Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, and Canada, which is also her second love aside from sports, travelling. Despite her busy schedule juggling between her work as a medical assistant, and a student, she makes sure to find time for soccer.
Morning is a wonderful blessing, either sunny or stormy. It stands for hope, giving us another start of what we call Life. I am glad hearing from you in this new Life. How was your night?
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Graduation is an exciting time in a person’s life, especially a high school graduation. When I think of family and friends gathering together to celebrate a joyous occasion, I feel I accomplished my strongest goal. It never occurred to me that graduation would be the end of my youth and the start of adulthood. Graduating from high school was an influential event that gave me an altered outlook on my existence. Life before graduation, preparing for graduation day, and commencement day overwhelmed me for reality.