When the Civil War broke out, Clara Barton wanted, more than anything else, to become a Union soldier. Determined to serve, she became instead a one-woman relief agency. She made her way to the front lines and supplied medical relief to the victims of some of the most famous battles of the war. After the war she became the founder of the Red Cross. Two 8-page inserts.
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