3 edition of Clara Barton and Hightstown found in the catalog.
Clara Barton and Hightstown
Grace Norton Rogers
Includes bibliographical references (p. 21).
|Statement||by Grace Norton Rogers, Maurice P. Shuman, Jr., and David G. Martin.|
|Contributions||Shuman, Maurice P., Martin, David G.|
|LC Classifications||F144.H53 R64 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||94233621|
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Clara Barton and her small staff received o requests for help. They were able to locate o men, some of whom were still alive. Of men located by the Missing Soldiers Office, 13, were in one place: Andersonville Prison. Clara Barton by Marian Moser Jones While many women offered volunteer aid to the poorly-supplied Union and Confederate armies, Clara Barton () distinguished herself by venturing onto active battlefields, despite overwhelming social prohibitions against women doing so.
Later, Barton was the first person to start a public school in Hightstown, NJ, growing it from 6 to almost students.
During the American Civil War, she headed for the front lines, taking supplies to wounded soldiers and earning the title “Angel of the Battlefield.” Barton founded and established the first chapter of the American Red Cross.
Clara Barton and Hightstown, by David Martin, Grace Norton Rogers, and Maurice Shuman. Tells of Clara Barton’s teaching career in East Windsor, NJ, inand her lifelong friendship with Mary Norton.
A 32 page booklet with 5 illustrations. Published $ Camp Vredenburg in the Civil War, by David Martin. Original booklet on. Hightstown, was active in Civil War relief work. Her friendship with Clara Barton and her invitation to teach at the Cedar Grove School are what brought Barton to East Windsor.
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Shuman, Maurice P., David G. Martin. Online shopping for Books from a great selection of Europe, United States, Reference, Specialty Travel, Asia, Travel Writing & more at everyday low prices. Clarissa Harlowe Barton (Decem – Ap ) was a pioneering American nurse who founded the American Red was a hospital nurse in the American Civil War, a teacher, and a patent nursing education was not then very formalized and she did not attend nursing school, she provided self-taught nursing care.
Barton is noteworthy for doing humanitarian work and. Clara Barton’s mother, Sarah Barton, died. October Miss Barton travelled to Hightstown, New Jersey to visit Mary Norton, a school friend. Miss Barton resumed her teaching career.
- Miss Barton established the first free public school in Bordentown, New Jersey. Enrollment grew rapidly and a male principal was hired. Clara Barton lived her life in almost constant service to others. She is best known as the founder of The American Red Cross.
for your booklet titled Clara Barton And Hightstown, published by Longstreet House, Hightstown, NJ, New Booklet #, ] [Thank you Elizabeth Brown Pryor for your book Clara Barton, Professional Angel.
Clara Barton and to you as custodians of Washington local history I Norton family circle while teaching in Hightstown, N. J., was doubtless most important in the develop-ment of Clara Barton's character - although she was books were required there was open rebellion.
This was long before the era of free textbooks, but Clara. InBarton took a train from Hightstown to Bordentown, according to Goldman. She had been staying with a friend's family in Hightstown, one that.
By MELINDA HENNEBERGER The Washington Post. Between Civil War battles in earlyMassachusetts-born Clara Barton, who died years ago on. Hightstown Elks Lodge is site of pajama drop off Hopewell Borough recommended for state funding to repair train station Monroe loses one more.
When Clara’s brother fell off the roof, the young girl nursed him back to health for two years. Later, Clara was the first person to start a public school in Hightstown, NJ, growing it from 6 to almost students.
But when the school needed a principal and hired a man, Clara quit and never went back to teaching. Clara Barton lives with the Norton family and teaches at the Cedarville Road Schoolhouse.
The New Jersey Legislature incorporates the Borough of Hightstown from land in East Windsor Township. The New Jersey Legislature charters the Hightstown. Childhood of the Angel of the Battlefield. Clara was born on Decem in Oxford, Massachusetts.
She was the youngest child of Sarah Stone and Stephen Barton. In her youth, Barton was timid and sensitive, which made household life difficult for Barton. Clara's father was an important member of the town; he served as the town's moderator, ran a decent farm, and were well-known. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. Clara Barton and Hightstown Grace Norton Rogers Not in Library. Not in Library. Reflections. HIGHTSTOWN, a hole-in-the-doughnut borough surrounded by East Windsor Township, was once the bustling service center of a rich New Jersey farming region.
Today, it is a well-preserved historic municipality. Cunningham's Pharmacy, opened inwas the site of the borough's first telephone exchange in the late 's and is still in business today on the corner of Main and Stockton streets. Inat the age of 29, Clara Barton enrolled at the Clinton Liberal Institute in Clinton, New York, for a year of study.
During this time her mother, Sara Barton, died, and Clara visited her friend Mary Norton in Hightstown, New Jersey. While visiting, they went on a trip to Bordentown where Barton was dismayed to see “idle boys. But the. Clara Barton and Hightstown: Rogers, Grace Norton, Shuman, Maurice P., Jr., Martin, David G.: Books - or: Grace Norton Rogers, Jr.
Shuman, Maurice P., David G. Martin. Clara Barton () was born in North Oxford, Massachusetts, where she taught school as a young woman.
In the fall ofshe visited friends in Hightstown and was asked to teach in the Cedar Swamp school there. Realizing there were few free public schools in New Jersey, Barton became interested in encouraging the development of free.
Clara Barton, 5 books Mary Pope Osborne, 3 books Mary Catherine Rose, 2 books Susan E. Hamen, 2 books Percy H. Epler, 2 books Susan Alcott, 2 books Mary Pope Osborne, 2 books Ishbel Ross, 1 book Leni Hamilton, 1 book Elizabeth Brown Pryor, 1 book Peggy Mann, 1 book Marshall William Fishwick, 1 book Barbara A.
Somervill, 1 book Frances E. Ruffin. Widely known today as the "Angel of the Battlefield," Clara Barton's personal life has always been shrouded in mystery. In Clara Barton, Professional Angel, Elizabeth Brown Pryor presents a biography of Barton that strips away the heroic exterior and reveals a complex and often trying on the papers Clara Barton carefully saved over her lifetime, this biography is the first one to 4/5(1).
Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross. Barton was educated at home and began teaching at age She attended the Liberal Institute at Clinton, N.Y. (–51). In in Bordentown, N.J., she established a free school that soon became so large that the townsmen would no longer allow a. This farm is named for John Ely (), who settled here inand Richard Norton (d.
), who settled here in The farm is best known, however, for its most famous visitor, Clara Barton (). Clara had met Richard and Ellen Wyckoff Norton's children, Charles and Mary, while they studied at a Universalist school in New York.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Clara Barton (Barton, Clara, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available. Barton, Clara,contrib.: America's Relief Expedition to Asia Minor Under the Red Cross () (HTML at ) Barton, Clara, The Red Cross: A History of This Remarkable International Movement in the Interest of Humanity.
Her obituary, which made the front page of the New York Times on Apsaid: “Clara Barton was President for twenty-three years of the Red Cross Society, which was established in.
Clara Barton (Decem Ap ) was both famous and honored in her lifetime—and has a well-earned place in American history—as the angel of a digital library of Unitarian Universalist biographies, history, books, and media. Clara Barton.
Clara Barton, who formed the American Red Cross, also lived in East Windsor. Betweenshe taught at the Cedar Swamp Schoolhouse in East Windsor Township, NJ. Many history books list Hightstown instead of East Windsor, but the actual school house was in East Windsor.Subjects include the Coterie and Friday clubs, social organizations in which the Alberts were active members; Hightstown post office; Clara Barton; First Presbyterian Church; historical lectures and walking tours of Hightstown; other area Presbyterian churches; public and private schools of Hightstown and vicinity, particularly Hightstown High.Clara Barton!--Only the men who lay wounded or dying on the battle-field knew the thrill and the comfort that the name carried.
Again and again her life was in danger--once at Antietam, when stooping to give a drink of water to an injured boy, a bullet whizzed between them.