WOMEN OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION: The Remarkable Stories You've Never Heard
Widescreen. This talk puts to rest another of the remarkable myths of the American Revolution--that it was an all-male affair. Women and children flocked to the army each winter and transformed army camps. Women served as spies, couriers, and soldiers as well as nursing, cooking and the washing. This lecture examines the impact these women had on future generations. 112 minutes.
Publisher: Dreamscape Media
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4819047
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