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A Story Of The Red Cross

Auhtor: Clara Barton

Language: english

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Review by Chandler, November 2009


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'A Story Of The Red Cross':

... persons here under my direction in the care of the sick and wounded of the engagement about to take place. Although not here as a hospital ship by ...
... given him to keep the little life in his body that seemed fast oozing out. All night it went on. It grew cold-for naked men bitter cold-before ...
... closed by the future President of the United States slinging the big sack over his shoulders, striding off, and out of sight through the jungle. ...
... Clark returned to his regiment. Captain Mills, now General Mills, is the Superintendent of the West Point Military Academy. Three times in the ...
... care over us, and His safe guidance, for which the nation makes reverent acknowledgment and offers humble prayers for the continuance of His favors.-FROM ...
... his Grand Army button-overhauling clothes for the visitor. But, major, I was a Confederate soldier. Lord bless your poor suffering soul, what difference ...
... of 'em-jest bones, you know-down near the bottom. Yesterday we put seven on top of this 'ere pile, and by now they are only what you might call baked. ...
... aid, the truth came out in a heart-to-heart talk with Miss Barton that she had lost all in the storm and had not where to lay her head, nor food ...
... be able. Immediately closing our relief rooms in Galveston I had all Red Cross supplies shipped to Houston, and relief for the mainland opened ...
... unpack our trunks, the news of the fearful rise of the Ohio River, of 1884, began to shock the country with its loss of life and property. I ...
... you want money to help you in your good work call on The Little Six. JOE FARRAR, twelve years old. FLORENCE HOWE, eleven years old. MARY ...
... I have not had time to make a report of our work. There is no one else who sufficiently understands the Red Cross, and the provisions of the ...
... weeks before, the entire town, saving its invalids, was assembled at the station at seven o'clock in the morning to bid them good-by and God speed. ...
... norther was upon us. Night came down, and all were glad of shelter and sleep. The morning, quiet, crisp, and white with frost, revealed the blessing ...
... Still they must work on, and the stranger coming to town on business must go unfed, with no shelter at night, if he would sleep, or, indeed, escape ...
... than which perhaps that liberal Order never made a more timely gift. Funds were raised to charter a steamship for the Red Cross. The spirit spread ...
... see you. We's nevah fo'git it, Miss Clare. One by one they showed their scars. There was very little clothing to hide them-bullet wound and ...
... informed them that I had a little money from their own people of the Sea Islands for them that they had been chosen to receive it, because as teachers ...
... on the first boat to leave, the goods taken to the wharf at Galata, and at the latest moment, in order to give time, a request was made to the ...
... GALVESTON (This book was produced from scanned images of public domain material from the Google Print project.) A STORY OF THE ...