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American Revolution
Updated: 10/6/2020
American Revolution
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  • I am forever loyal to Britain!
  • May, will this be enough for the soldiers?
  • I'm so glad that dirty Red Coat isn't living with me.
  • My name is May Smith, ever since the Boston Tea Party I have been an American spy. I live with my husband, we do not have any children. My husband is a farmer, he is also a Minuteman.
  • We have to escape the Red Coats are coming!
  • When I am in town, or around loyalists I act as if I have the same beliefs as them. This allows me to find out information from loyalists and soldiers about the British.
  • Oh no! My poor husband! In must help him.
  • Crazy rednecks will not beat us!
  • Good to know...
  • After the British soldier that lived with my husband and I died at Lexington, I am now able to travel to some battles with my husband. I cook for the soldiers and aid to the wounded.
  • I heard the King is ready to stop the fighting and let the revolution continue.
  • In the spring of 1777, I was able find out that Red Coats were coming for the Continental Congress. Because of the information I gathered they were all able to successfully escape Philadelphia.
  • The victory at the Battle of Saratoga was wonderful for us. My husband successfully made it out of this battle alive. He was injured, but I was able to nurse him back to health. When he was not able to fight, I took his place.
  • I discovered from a British man that the King was ready to give up. I was very glad to find it was true after the signing of the Treaty of Paris. Although I helped this country gain independence I still am not "equal" to a man, but I know what I have done for them.
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