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Clara Barton is most well-known for her daring activities as a nurse during the Civil War as well as her founding of the American Red Cross. The Clara Barton Papers, held by the Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, document Barton's work during the Civil War, with the Red Cross, and with other relief organizations. In correspondence with family and friends, the collection also details more personal aspects of Barton's life.

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