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  • Red Cross Postcards

    Red Cross Postcards

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    The Red Cross was founded by Henri Dunant, who was present at the Battle of Solferino in 1859, at which 40,000 men were killed or wounded. Dunant spent the next five years trying to get support for his plan and succeeded in convoking a convention of interested persons in Geneva, Switzerland in 1864. After the…

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Ray Hahn

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It is highly likely that Moses Broadwell experienced only “one-degree of separation” between himself and General George Washington. It is a fact that when the would-be first president visited Elizabethtown, New Jersey, from the first to the fifth of December 1776, Moses was but a twelve year old boy. The Broadwell family had come to […]

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