Mischa Barton

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  • Female Beauty in America Essay

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    Sophistication and Flair: The True Meaning of Beauty Three words come to mind when one sees the epitome of Hollywood’s A-List – sophistication, style, and confidence. Although the media will always pose celebrities as sex symbols, tasteful images have now become a norm for today’s society. A woman’s beauty is now being portrayed in other ways – fully clothed and self-assured. It is evident now even as I look around campus. The girls who are poised and classy do not prance around in belly

  • My Name Is Clara Barton

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    fear it, and while our soldiers can snad and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them” -Clara Barton. Clara barton lead the American red cross______.Clara barton was a humanitarian who proved courageous as a women and brave as an army nurse.____ I was born Christmas day in the small town of north oxford, Massachusetts. The year was 1821 and I was the 5th and last child of sarah and Stephen barton. We were a middle class family and my parents were hard workers who cared for me very much. I have

  • Analysis Of Clara Barton 's ' The American Red Cross '

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    Synthesis Essay – Clara Barton MSgt Tomeika P. Frazier Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy November 2, 2014 Instructor: MWO Pascal Turcotte Clara Barton In one year they have responded to 700,000 disasters around the world, provided 1.8 million meals, 45% of the nation’s blood supply and inspired 17,000 volunteers. This premier humanitarian organization is the American Red Cross and is a part of the

  • Essay about Clara Barton

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    Clara Barton Introduction Fondly referred to as the "angel of the battlefield" (The Encyclopedia Britannica Online), Clara Barton served as one of the greatest humanitarians this country has ever known. Persistent beyond belief, Clara employed her remarkable interpersonal skills to teach unruly school children, to collect supplies to send to the battlefront, and to struggle to form the American Red Cross. An equal rights advocate, her most memorable successes consisted of improvements in education

  • Clara Barton

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    Clara Barton 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 NATURE Clara Barton loved nature through her natural ability to nurture. As a very caring and

  • The American Red Cross

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    whether it is a disaster or planning and partnering. Shining light on an exemplary organization that strives to serve and provide during times of disaster and times of calm. The American Red Cross has been there for America since 1881 when Clara Barton formed the organization to assist people in America that were in need of aid in the time of crisis. "The American Red Cross is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association

  • What Was The Impact Of Women In The Civil War

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    Civil War was a harsh time for many peoples families and all the people fighting. The war started April 12, 1861 to April 13, 1865, it lasted four years and a day, which in that time period many soldiers were wounded and killed in battle. Within the time period of four years and one day about 620,000 soldiers died in this war which means it was a horrific fight within the time it was going on. The Civil War had a big impact on america and the people in it, especially women. Women in the Civil War

  • Clara Barton's Life During The Civil War

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    Clarissa Harlowe Barton, Who owns like to be called Clara, was nicknamed "angel of the battlefield" for her courageous acts during the Civil War (HistoryGuy 1). Before, during and after the Civil War, Barton was a key figure in shaping America's history. Clara Barton was a nurse, teacher, inspirational speaker and above all, a strong woman willing to serve others. Clara Barton's growing up experiences care for wounded soldiers in the Civil War and starting of the Red Cross in the United States, shaped

  • Clara Barton Character Traits

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    were nurses but only one made history. Clarissa Harlowe Barton was born on December 25, 1821, in Oxford, Massachusetts. Clara’s mother, Sarah Stone Barton was a very independent woman known for her thriftiness. She lived from 1783-1851. Clara’s Father, Captain Stephen Barton was a businessman and Captain of a local army. He lived from 1774-1862. Clara had 4 siblings, Sarah Barton Vassall, Captain David Barton, Stephen Barton, and Dorothea Barton. At age 11, Clara tended to her older brother, David

  • American Red Cross Organization

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    than 12 hours, I was at the airport awaiting my flight. They took care of everything that I needed in order to make it home without a single bit of chaos. The American Red Cross Organization was founded in Washington, D.C. on May 21, 1881 by Clara Barton. The traditional purpose of the organization included giving relief to and serving as a medium of communication between members of the American armed forces and their families and providing nation and international disaster relief and mitigation