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The woman also helped win the American Revolution.
woman wore stays and panniers then put on petticoats
The women in the american revolution, stayed home to protect their children and pets.
the african american woman contribute givin canons to goerge Washington to win american revolution in the battle bunkerhill.
Betsy Ross, Moll Fletcher.
because the British were going too far
The woman who did that was Margaret Ludwig Hays, or Molly Pitcher which they named her
In the film "Victor/Victoria" Julie Andrews plays a female who pretends to be a female impersonator. In other words, she is a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman.
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Women helped the wounded soldiers and African Americans fought in the army in return for freedom after the war
an escaped apprentice! ___________________
The two organizations that fought for Women's suffrage were the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA) began to fight for a universal-suffrage amendment to the federal Constitution.and the American Women Suffrage Association (AWSA) fought for the franchise on a state-by-state basis.
That would Be Molly Pitcher. Also known as Mary Hayes
Many woman served a nurses in the Revolution helping to tend to the sick and wounded soldiers. They also made very good spies.
Depeds if you are really ugly or not.
first woman to fight in the Battle of Monmouth she thinks that is a good honor to have in life to say that she was actually the first woman to fight in the American Revolution.
One of the many woman beheaded in the French Revolution was Marie Antoinette.
It was a long time before women were allowed to fight in battles. Molly Pitchers is a nickname for the woman who fought in the American Battle of Monmouth.
According to legend, Betsy Ross living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the time of the American Revolution, is generally credited for originating and sewing the American flag.
Phillis Wheatley was the first African-American poet published in the Americas, and the first published African-American woman. She did not contribute much to the American Revolution, but she was writing her poetry during the years of the Revolution. In fact, the publication of her poetry was slowed down and hurt during the war years. Her poetry, however, did often express the ideas and themes championed by the rebellious colonists.
men , woman , and child were involeed in the industrial revolution.
She entered the army dressed as a man and called herself Robert Shurtliff. She fought in several battles in the American Revolution. When she was wounded carrying another soldier for medical attention, it was discovered she was a woman. She was forced out of the army. When she asked for a pension after the war was over, she was denied because she was a woman. Paul Revere helped her get a pension which took a special act of Congress.
lyda newman was an African American inventor of the new and improved hair bursh
Truffaldino's two masters are Florindo and Beatrice, who is a woman pretending to be a man.