Great Women of the American Revolution

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Great Women of the American Revolution

Great Women of the American Revolution Men may have fought the battles of the American Revolution but women played an important part too Some women fought the battle at home speaking their minds about the British occupation or gathering

  • Title: Great Women of the American Revolution
  • Author: Brianna Hall
  • ISBN: 9781429692847
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Men may have fought the battles of the American Revolution, but women played an important part too Some women fought the battle at home, speaking their minds about the British occupation or gathering supplies for their soldiers Others fought openly for their cause, secretly joining the military or becoming spies Get to know these heroic women and their importance to theMen may have fought the battles of the American Revolution, but women played an important part too Some women fought the battle at home, speaking their minds about the British occupation or gathering supplies for their soldiers Others fought openly for their cause, secretly joining the military or becoming spies Get to know these heroic women and their importance to the colonists victory during the Revolutionary War.

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    1. Ariel Filion on said:

      In all of the history classes I have ever been in we never talk about the Women of the American Revolution. This book takes a reader on a journey through time looking at all the important contributions women make during the American Revolution. We learn about how they are cooks, seamstresses, play writers, poets, and spies too. The poetry and plays these women write are intentional and have a clear social agenda regarding the American Revolution. We also learn what a camp follower is and find ou [...]

    2. Allyson Smith on said:

      This books gives the story of the American Revolution beginning to end, describing the female heroes that took part in many different aspects of the war. The books talks about the women who stayed home and took care of farms and businesses while their husbands were away fighting. Or about women who wrote about the revolution and helped support the patriots. The third chapter is all about women who fought along side the men during the war. The book also talks about women who were spies during the [...]

    3. Barbara on said:

      This brief text uses six chapters to describe some of the contributions of females during the nation's fight for independence. Thumbnail sketches are provided about women such as Mercy Warren and Phyllis Wheatley who used their pens to make a contribution. The author also discusses the role of camp followers who followed their husbands as they went into battle as well as telling the stories of Margaret Corbin, Prudence Wright, and Deborah Sampson, who joined the Continental army disguised as a m [...]

    4. Lynn on said:

      Short length will attract my fifth graders. The precise title allows the reader to know what to expect. Good chart on pg 5 to help the reader remember who is one which side of this revolution. Very helpful to have the words defined right on the page on which it appears, less distracting than having to go to the back of the book. Page 10 says the 'camp followers' were not paid but received half ration of food. Then on page 13 it says they did not receive a ration of food. This paragraph does desc [...]

    5. Ann on said:

      The sentence closing the bookrrrrr."The chaos and pain of war faded and women returned to their lives as wives, mothers, and grandmothers"

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