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Clara Barton, born in December 25, 1821, in Oxford Massachusetts.
Clara Barton was an American nurse, suffragist and humanitarian who is best remembered for organizing the American Red Cross
she was an independently organized relif for the wounded often bringing her own front lines
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As the war ended, she helped locate thousands of missing soldiers, including identifying the dead at Andersonville prison in Georgia
she created american red cross, being what we still use today. Clara Barton helped our Nation
Barton lobbied for U.S. recognition of the International Committee of the Red Cross, and became president of the American branch when it was founded in 1881.
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