Miss clara barton arrived at the Southern yesterday morning.
But clara barton was still on the threshold of her complete achievement.
"People say that I must have been born brave," said clara barton.
"Give me three months, and I will teach free," said clara barton.
Truly clara barton belonged to the world, and a suffering person had no race or creed to her—she loved and cared for all.
"I had cooked my last meal for my drivers," said clara barton.
David was cured, and clara barton had served her earliest apprenticeship as a nurse.
Even dear old clara barton did not escape her importunities.
No deed gives a clearer insight into the character of clara barton than that.
But clara barton was already on the ocean, and soon after was in the war zone with the German army.
Barton Bar·ton (bär'tn), Clara. Full name Clarissa Harlowe Barton.. 1821-1912.
American administrator who did battlefield relief work during the Civil War and organized the American Red Cross (1881).