Did Clara Barton contribute to the Civil War?

Clara Barton was a pioneer nurse who tended to many wounded Union soldiers in battlefield hospitals. Known as the "Angel of the Battlefield," Barton became famous for her selflessness in providing medical care in the heat of battle.

She was involved in a traumatic experience in which a bullet harmlessly ripped through her dress sleeve and struck a wounded soldier whom she was caring for, killing him instantly.
Clara Barton was a pioneer nurse who tended to many wounded Union soldiers in battlefield hospitals. Known as the "Angel of the Battlefield," Barton became famous for her selflessness in providing medical care in the heat of battle.

She was involved in a traumatic experience in which a bullet harmlessly ripped through her dress sleeve and struck a wounded soldier whom she was caring for, killing him instantly.