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Clara Barton Notebooking Pages

by Mary Ann Kelley
Clara Barton Notebooking Pages

Photo Credit: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division

In the midst of the Civil War, Clara Barton became known for tending to wounded soldiers. After the war, she took on the enormous project of identifying and marking almost 13,000 graves of soldiers who died in the horrific conditions at Andersonville Prison in Georgia.

Clara Barton spent her life dedicated to relieving the suffering of others. You can find more information about her here. Our notebooking pages about Clara Barton are available free to newsletter subscribers.

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