Less than a year after the Civil War’s end, Clara Barton—a nurse and humanitarian known as the "Angel of the Battlefield"—testified to Congress about her experiences in the postwar South. Her work brought her to the Andersonville prisoner-of-war camp, where Union soldiers had died by the thousands.
Sobering and inspiring, "Themselves They Made Immaculate" is an insightful portrait of one of America’s great heroes. And a remarkable look into the crucial—and precarious—era that affects Americans’ lives to this day.
Linda Sue Anderson as Clara Barton
with Pat Harrigan, Leslie Vincent and Rachel Flynn
Directed by Matthew Foster