Not only was Clara born on a great holiday, but she also founded the American Red Cross. What a lady… and no I did not just spoil the whole paper. Clara spent most of her early years helping out other people as much as they needed. She was always serving other people when they were in a time of need, but for one to know what to do, they must have some sort of calling or dream. Clara first found out how much she
 Clara, at first, was only allowed to drive wagons with valuable supplies and medicines for soldiers in need of them.  While she was caring for a wounded soldier, a lieutenant worriedly came up to Clara and told her to leave because it was no place for a lady, but Clara refused and kept on tending to the wounded.  Caring for the injured soldiers, Clara, who was growing weak, traveled with the army for the remainder of the war in 1863.  While she was resting in Europe, Clara found herself in the midst of the Franco-German Conflict.  Willingly, Clara Barton helped distribute supplies like a peacemaker between France and Germany.
Although she never kept a diary, it is true that she ran an upholstery shop, which made flags for the government until the mid-1800s. It is also recorded that she eloped to marry her first husband, that she was widowed three times and she was dedicated to her country. Every kid has learned that Betsy Ross sewed the first flag after George Washington, who went to church with Betsy, personally came to her and asked her to make the flag. George Washington gave Betsy a sketch of what he wanted the flag to look like. He wanted six pointed stars, but Betsy suggested five pointed stars because of the time frame and she supposedly was able to make a five pointed star in one snip.
One major issue she had before becoming famous was her family disowned her. But Henry always had her. She did have an impact on the world. She helped the soldiers of the Revolutionary War, she helped them which may have been part of what they needed to win the war. By doing this she helped show that even though you may be a women you can still make a big difference.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor was born on June 25th 1954 in the South Bronx area of New York to parents Juan and Celina Baez Sotomayor. Her parents who were of Puerto Rican descent moved their family to New York for a better opportunity for their children. Her parents worked hard to make a living her mother was a nurse a methadone clinic and her father worked with his hands and the family lived modestly within their means. Justice Sotomayor was diagnosed with type one diabetes at the age of seven and began taking insulin shot’s, shortly after her father died in 1963 when she was nine, leaving her mother as a single parent, during her upbringing her mother Celina placed a huge emphasis on the importance of education, pushing her children to become
From there, he went on to own a liquor store, a grocery store, and several houses in the high-class area of Charleston, SC. They had three children, including my grandfather, who all served in World War II and were all expected to finish basic education. However, my grandfather was the only one who went to college. During his Senior year at Clemson, his class was taken to Germany to fight in World War II. My grandmother gave birth to their first child while my grandfather was in Germany.
They risked their lives leaving home to work in the cesspools of infection. They lived separately from the soldiers and only made $12 a month. While many women are nurses today, their service in the war began their integration into the work force over the next 100 years. But in medicine, women nurses soon became commonplace. George Wunderlich, executive director of the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, called the conflict, “a watershed that really changed all medicine to the point where it could never completely go back to the way it was before.
After graduating high school, she attended Community College of Philadelphia Majoring in Accounting, where she attained her credentials to enter the workforce. While attending high school, she met an incredibly handsome man by the name of Charles and they eventually had a very handsome little boy and they married. While working for a community center, she was persuaded by her manager to use her interpersonal skills and attempt social work. It was here that Linda had a knack for helping people; she would help low-income families with valuable resources to improve their financial and living conditions by way of various resources the City of Philadelphia had available for those that qualified. Sister Linda was self-employed for several years as she raised her son while her husband worked full time.
Have you ever been caught in a natural disaster, losing your home, place to work, or even a friend or family member? Today there is the Red Cross and other organizations to help people survive these events, but what would you do without them? Clarissa “Clara” Barton is a hero because she founded the red cross in the U.S., helped and risked her life in the Civil War, and served as a symbol for women’s rights and support for the oppressed. Clara Barton was the founder of the red cross in the U.S, and served as its first president. Clara had the Red Cross founded after visiting Europe for rest (Redcross.org), where a treaty was signed for the Red Cross to help anyone.
Emily Dickinson was born on December 10th, 1830 in Amherst, Massachusetts. She was born to a family who had strong New England roots. She was a good student and attended Amherst Academy. Her father, who founded Amherst College, pulled her out of school due to her poor emotional state. It is believed she was ailed with anxiety and depression.