Debora Lieberman
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Book Description
The remarkable true story of how Clara Barton fought to identify and mark the graves of the nearly 13,000 Andersonville dead.
Location (city/state/country)
Mount Laurel, NJ
Favorite Quote or Personal Motto

I know how worthless a woman’s life is, and what a pity it is to wear one—few persons ever felt this more keenly or bitterly than I, few more ready than I, for years, to resign the useless bauble. I have striven (against the fearful odds) to make my life worth something to mankind, but realize that it has been, and must be, a failure. I am ready to call it so, and I will stop where I am.
--Clara Barton, April 25th, 1864

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