Clara Barton Ornament

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Clara Barton (1821-1912) founded the American Red Cross in 1881 at the age of 59. In 1861, after the Baltimore Riots, Barton provided crucial care to 40 injured men. After the Civil War, Barton traveled around the country giving lectures. During this time, she met Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass. In 1897, Barton moved to her home in Glen Echo, Maryland, which served as the first Red Cross Headquarters. Her home in Glen Echo was the first national historic site recognized for the accomplishments of a woman.

This Felt Ornament is hand crafted using natural fibers and eco-friendly resources by talented artisans in remote regions of Kyrgyzstan for Silk Road Bazaar. All details are hand stitched and embroidered.

This felt historic Christmas ornament is approximately 4 to 5" in size.

Silk Road Bazaar connects with artists who are far from the capitals, have limited market access and have carried on traditional craft culture.

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