Clara Barton and her angels
About the saviors
Clara Barton and the other nurses at the war sought to help soldiers in anyway they could.Clara collected and distributed supplies for the union army. She served as an independent nurse at first. Clara first saw the combat in Fredricksburg, VA. Clara and the other nurses cared for soldiers wounded at many battles. Clara was nicknamed "The angel of the battlefield" this was because she brought new ways of being sanitary and stopped many deadly infection soldiers were getting from unwashed hands and tools. Clara went on to be the president of The American Red Cross.
This is Clara and the other nurses helping a man that has wounded his arm.
This is just picture of what Clara Barton looked like
Red Cross Tents where Clara would work after the war
Clara Barton also helped to find missing soldiers and reunite them with their families
Picture of one of the battles going on while Clara is on the sidelines
These are some of the other nurses that worked along side Clara Barton
Other Achievements after the war
Clara Barton Went on to be the founder of american red cross. She also helped to find missing soldiers. She helped some soldiers find their families and reunite. Their were also many books written about her and the other women who served as nurses in the civil war.