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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP19 Nov 2022 7:56 p.m. PST

"Women of the American Revolution explores the trials of war and daily life for women in the United States during the War of Independence. What challenges were caused by the division within communities as some stayed loyal to the king and others became patriots? How much choice did women have as their loyalties were assumed to be that of their husbands or fathers?


The lives of women of the American Revolution will be examined through an intimate look at some significant women of the era. Many names will be familiar, such as Martha Washington who traveled to winter camps to care for her husband and rally the troops and Abigail Adams who ran the family's farms and raised children during John's long absences. Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton, popularized by Lin Manual Miranda's Hamilton, was also an early activist working tirelessly for multiple social causes. Decide for yourself if the espionage of Agent 355 or the ride of Sybil Ludington are history or myth…"


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Andrew Walters20 Nov 2022 9:10 a.m. PST

Looks promising, but there are zero reviews!

We've all been burned by books on fascinating topics that are disappointing reads for one reason or another. So I'll wait until it gets a few good recommendations. After all, there are probably a few good books on this topic by now.

Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP20 Nov 2022 3:00 p.m. PST

Good move…

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