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The soldires were treated like a patient a very safeone .the doctors wound mix up chemicals to help the wound get better.

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Who was Sarah Bradlee Fulton and how was she important?

She was considered the "mother of the American revolution." She helped the men get dressed in their Mohawk Indian outfits prior to the Boston Tea party and she also helped them get cleaned up afterward. She also helped the wounded soldiers during war time.


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