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Who is an important woman from the north during the civil war?

Posted in Working Mothers on 29th September 2013

, which is an important woman from the north during the civil war?
Best Answer (s):

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Betty ZaneHarriet Tubman

reply by Traci H
Harriett Beecher Stowe

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1 Clara Barton – she is the one that started the American Red Cross. Although she was given them for all wounded soldiers on the north side. Bezeichnet.2 often called “the angel of the battlefield”. Harriet Beecher Stowe book you really have an impact on northern thinking. (However, I must add that they never visited a plantation and their accounts were often exaggerated., But in the end it helped to bring about the end of slavery, which is good) * Harriet Tubman was a slave from the south, the helped slaves escape to the North. She was on the north side of the page, but technically it was from the south.

Answer by Louise C
Dorothea Dix, Superintendent of Nurses for the Union Army Clara Barton, did important work in the organization and the transport of supplies of food and medical equipment to hospitals and, finally, on the battlefields in person. They nursed the wounded and assisted in operations on the Feld.Mary Ann (“Mother”) Bickerdyke, first came to a camp in Cairo, Illinois, to provide a relief fund. Seeing the dirty, crowded hospital tents, they just stood on cleaning and maintenance work, without asking anyone’s permission. she trotted over nineteen battlefields over the course of four years, searching for the wounded. She was famous for ordering everyone around, and their reputation gave her the clout to get away with it. A military doctor, one of whose jobs was required said, “Mother Bickerdyke outranks everyone, even Lincoln” to win Mary Walker, surgeon, the first and only woman to Congressional Medal of Honor for bravery in saving the lives of soldiers at Gettysburg and other Schlachtfeldern.Harriet Tubman, who served as a spy and scout for the Union Army, bringing back reports of informants black on the other side of the Confederate lines. “Col. Montgomery and his gallant band of 300 black soldiers, under the leadership of a black woman, dashed into the enemy’s country hit, a bold and effective blow destroy commissary stores, cotton and lordly dwellings,” said a report on the times. On 2 June 1863, Harriet, in command of three Union gunboats on a dangerous mission along the Tennessee River, destroyed a bridge and rescued about seven hundred Sklaven.Sarah Emma Edmonds, one of hundreds of women who disguised themselves as men in the Union Army fight to the best known. Sarah performed under the name “Frank Thompson ‘and fought with their regiment at Bull Run, the Battle of Blackburn ford, and tih in 1862, General McClellan in the Peninsula Campaign She also worked as a spy for McClellan,. Army, participation in a black work detail in the Confederate stronghold of Yorktown to remember the fortifications floor plan and the location of the guns. In the spring of 1863, she began malaria and left the army before her sex was discovered. In 1884 it was granted a military pension.

What do you do with your school aged children (too young to stay alone) during summer months while you work?

Posted in Child Care on 19th August 2011

What do you do with your school aged children (too young to stay alone) during summer months while you work?
This is the first year they are too old for “day care”.

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Answer by Anthony’s__mama
get a nanny or a baby sitter

Answer by ♥♥ Mommy To Be!
You can try asking a relative to take care of them or get a baby sitter.

Answer by Red Ninja Fox 911
Well you could get a baby sitter or try to see what happens when they are home alone. (Leave the house for ten minutes and come back.)

Answer by Deane
Go to camp.. they have half-day or whole-day; day-care; leave them to relatives to babysit…

Answer by shari m
You can get a sitter or try to find a day summer camp for thier age group. There’s usually alot of activities grouped by age and field trips. I thought my little one wouldn’t like it at first because she clings to me so much but she used to wake me up to get her ready for camp

Answer by ashley.
my brother and sister are 8 and 9 and somethimes no one can be home so she has a neighbor kid come and check on them every 30 minutes or so since they would rather just stiay home and she pays them

Answer by xchasingsummerx
Summer camp

Answer by gatorgrlz
I sent mine to the YMCA’s summer camp all summer. Check your area for summer camps.

Answer by rachel
I am a stay at home mum but in Australia many schools run a school holiday programme. It is from 7am-6pm. Our school runs this , it is the same people that run the before and after school care. It is for prep-grade 6. Also the pool runs a programme to (it is a YMCA one) and they do stuff there (not just swimming) and they have day trips

Answer by AlexTrebek
I enroll my son in day camps. YMCA, fine arts center, space and science center. Some camps can be a little expensive, but if you plan ahead and do your research you can find some very reasonable programs. Its also a good chance for them to try new things without committing for to long. Lastly try to collaborate with other parents. Maybe you can take turns driving or watching the kids after camp.

A question about a German doctor during the Holocaust?

Posted in Child Care on 5th January 2011

A question about a German doctor during the Holocaust?
I have read something about it when I was in college. I can’t remember his name. All I can remember was he held children in a chamber, fed them and “took care” of them. The kids thought of him as a kind man. But they wonder what happens when he takes some kids out of the chamber. Then it turned out that he used them in his brutal experiments inside his laboratory. I think it happened during the Holocaust.

What’s his name? Please help. ^_^ Thanks.

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Answer by grouchy_elmo
Josef Mengele.

He was a monster.

Answer by historiational
Dr. Josef Mengele.

Answer by Daniel
Probably you mean this man.

Answer by middle child
I think it was Josef Mengele too.

Answer by travis
I heard that he fled to South America after the war.

Answer by staisil
Dr. Josef Mengele, nicknamed The Angel Of Death, and the other Nazi doctors at the death camps tortured men, women and children and did medical experiments of unspeakable horror during the Holocaust. Victims were put into pressure chambers, tested with drugs, castrated, frozen to death. Children were exposed to experimental surgeries performed without anesthesia, transfusions of blood from one to another, isolation endurance, reaction to various stimuli. The doctors made injections with lethal germs, sex change operations, removal of organs and limbs.