The Life of Clara Barton
Clara Barton made a difference in the lives of many wounded soldiers during the American Civil War. She not only cared for them in hospitals, but also helped families identify those who died or went missing during battle. As founder of the American Red Cross, Clara Barton's life continues to affect the United States for the better. Readers will find her story engaging and inspiring. Historical images enhance accessible social studies content and language, while a timeline aids readers in biographical understanding.