Revolutionary war [Women Perspective]
Updated: 1/9/2020
Revolutionary war [Women Perspective]
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  • Woman cooking meals for soldiers
  • fighting outside of woman houses
  • Woman disguising as men
  • Woman often tended to the domestic side of army organization. They cooked,washed,mended clothes,and provided medical help when necessary . {person: Mary Ludwig Hays, better known as Molly Pitcher who earned fame at the Battle of Monmouth in 1778. }
  • Ordinary woman also endured the horrors of the battlefield whenfights between the British and colonists came to their doorstep. {person: Sally Kellogg of Vermont and her family escaped the gods of War in 1776 when the War for Independence found its way into the northern reaches of upstate New York and Benedict Arnold.}
  • ,Women eighty years later disguised themselves as men served in the armies of the Civil War, doing just as good as the men. {person: Deborah Sampson from Uxbridge Massachusetts,she fought under the alias of Robert Shurtliff,.She mustered into service in the spring of 1782 and saw action in Westchester County, New York just north of the City of New York}
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