copyright 1946; illustrated by Paul Laune; The Bobbs-Merrill Company publishers, Indianapolis; hardbound, 181 pages; very good conditon of book; boards have very minor fading; no dust jacket.


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At a very young age, Clara Barton demostrated her nursing abilities by taking care of her brother. She later became a teacher, and a nurse during the Civil War and eventually the founder of the American Red Cross.


When she was only seven years old Clara Barton knew a great deal about fighting Indians. Captain Barton delighted to tell his youngest daughter exciting stories of the Indian war. It was an excellent way to teach her history and geography. Little Clara loved it.

CLARA BARTON, Girl Nurse by Augusta Stevenson

SKU: BS217