A Molly Pitcher sourcebook
"Contains the text of over 100 written sources by more than 80 different authors on the most famous heroine of the American Revolutionary War, Molly Pitcher, who fought at the battle of Monmouth on June 28, 1778, early source is analyzed and evaluated to show worst can and cannot be known for certain about her, concluding chapters summarize the evidence and discuss the Age of Mary Hays McCalley of Alasca, PA., the most likely candidate to be the real Molly Pitcher."
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Secondary Sources 18321871
Secondary Sources 18761899
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Allentown American Revolution army barber battle of Monmouth battlefield Benson Lossing camp followers Captain Molly carrying water cited Colonel command COMMENTARY Company CONCLUSION Continental Cumberland County Custis daughter of John death died Egle enlisted erected evidence fire a cannon Freehold George German Gilman grandmother grave gunner heroine of Monmouth History husband Ibid Irvine January Jeremiah Zeamer Jersey John Casper Hays John Hays John Landis Joseph Plumb Martin July killed known as Molly Landis lived maiden name Margaret Corbin marriage Mary Hays McCauley Mary Ludwig McCauley's McGeorge Moll Molly McCauley Molly McKolly Molly Pitcher Chronology Molly Pitcher story Molly's Monmouth County monument name was Mary patriotic Pennsylvania Archives pension Polly Princeton Proctor's artillery published records regiment Revolutionary says Sergeant served Smith soldiers spring stone story of Molly Stryker Teipe Trenton troops Washington Wesley Miles widow wife William Hays women wounded