American Revolution Gallery walk 2
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The Women in the Revolutionary War did various useful acts, such as assist in spying on the opposition, hold fundraisers to support the army and some even disguised as men to join in war.
Native Americans in the revolution had 3 choices, Support Americans, Support British, or to go neutral.
Africans were promised freedom when joining in the revolution. Some were offered freedom by British, but few who served the Patriots were freed.
Foreign Born heroes are remembered in America with a city, street, building or monument
Spies such as Benjamin Tallmadge and Nathan Hale were assisting their Country in ways besides fighting. By gathering information to assist the Americans and they are considered heroes.
The weapons that soldiers used in battle were not only a form of defense, but considered exclusive to the desginated rank.
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