Category Archives: Clara Barton

WOMEN CONQUER AND RULE

Besides being a writer, I’m a woman, a wife, mother, grandmother and a great grandmother. And I’m a human being, an American, a daughter of pioneers. Over the past 28 years that I’ve written and been published, I’ve seen the … Continue reading

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Women Who Show the Way

Besides being a writer, I’m a woman, a wife, mother, grandmother and most recently a great grandmother. And I’m a human being, an American, a daughter of pioneers. Last week, we all saw history made by Hillary Clinton, and whether … Continue reading

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