Those Remarkable Women of the American Revolution
Describes what it was like to be a woman during the Revolutionary War. Some women, in addition to managing their homes and families, took an active role in the war. Some served in the army (disguised as men), other acted as spies, and still others met in groups to provide goods and services.
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A Womans Role
In the Army
In the Spying Business
In the Political Arena
In the Ladies Association
On the Home Front
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Those remarkable women of the American revolution / Karen Zeinert. Children's, Gloucester, Haddon, South County, Voorhees, BOOK, 1996 ...
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Fourth Grade - American History - Lesson 5 - Concord and Lexington ...
Copies of the paintings can be found in Those Remarkable Women of the American Revolution by Karen Zeinert, on the cover and page 21 or A Multicultural ...
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