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Forget the pails! I'm loading artillery.
Molly Pitcher was born October 13th, 1744.
Molly Pitcher worked as a domestic servant before the war.
During the war, while her husband was fighting, Molly carried pitchers of water for the troops at the battle of Monmouth. When her husband got wounded, she started to load the artillery in his place.
After she did it, other women picked up a bucket and were nicknamed Molly Pitcher.
After the war, she moved back to Pennsylvania with her husband and returned her position as a domestic servant.
We can learn that women can do just as much as men when it comes to standing up for your country.
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