Women Waging War in the American Revolution
Authors discussed the experiences of women in the Revolutionary War and how the war shaped women’s role in society. The American Revolution Institute in Washington, D.C., hosted this event.
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Carin Bloom Author
Benjamin L. Carp Professor Brooklyn College->History
Lauren Duval Professor University of Oklahoma->History Department
Don Hagist Author
Holly Mayer Professor Emerita Duquesne University->History Department
Andrew Outten Manager American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati->Historical Programs
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