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Battle of Bunker Hill
Declaration of Independence
Women during the war
During the battle of Bunker Hill it was against the British and colonists. The colonists had an advantage against the British because they attacked the British while they were off guard. But in the end of the battle, the colonists ran out of ammo and had to retreat.
The Declaration Of Independence was written as a breakup letter with Britain. All men possess unalienable rights. The main author of the Declaration was written by Thomas Jefferson.
The women during the war were just as important than the men. As the men go off to fight the women take over the families company and farm harvesting. They would also serve as a spy , nurse , and messenger tot he men. Lastly they would make and fix up the mens uniforms.
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