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Deborah Sampson feared that she would be identified as a woman during the war. When she got shot in the thigh, she even took the bullet out of her leg herself so her gender wouldn't be discovered by the doctor.
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Deborah Sampson was a woman who wanted to fight in theRevolutionary War, but they wouldn't let her because she was awoman. She disguised herself as a man named Robert Shurtlif…f andfought better than some of the men! She later got wounded butremoved the bullet all by herself so no one would find out that shewas a woman. She also got a fever later, and the doctor eventuallyfound out she was a woman. She was honorably discharged from thearmy and was given a pension of $4 a month after Paul Revere wroteto Congress on her behalf.
Deborah Sampson had four siblings.
she was famous for dressing up like a man to fight in the war
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Deborah Sampson had 4 kids and thier names were Earl,Mary,Patience and Susannah who she had adopted.
Her jobs were to wash dishes and clothes also she had to feed a eigty-year old woman also she had to clean and put up books at the schoolhouse
disguising herself as a man to join the army.
yes, yes she was.
December 17, 1760 - April 29, 1827 ),
Deborah Sampson helped fight in the Continental war disguised as a man named Robert Shurlieff
Deborah Sampson was born on December 17, 1760. Deborah Sampson died on April 29, 1827
Deborah Sampson wanted a more exciting life so she dressed up as a man and entered and battled the revolutionary war. She was among the soldiers at age 20. She didn't want the… doctors 2 know she had a musket ball in her leg (thigh) so she removed it herself, she was a very dedicated woman
Why was she remembered for? She was a woman who foght in the continental war as a man named Robert shiftliffe.
Deborah Sampson was from Middlebrough Massachusetts
Yes, and no. Deborah Sampson s her maiden name, Debroah Gannet is her married name.