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Deborah Sampson goes to war

by Bryna Stevens

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Published by Carolrhoda Books in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Gannett, Deborah Sampson, 1760-1827 -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Gannett, Deborah Sampson, 1760-1827.,
    • Soldiers -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Women soldiers -- United States -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
    • Soldiers.,
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Participation, Female -- Juvenile literature.,
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Participation, Female.

    • About the Edition

      A biography of the woman who served in the army during the Revolutionary War under the name Robert Shurtleff and who later lectured about her experiences.

      Edition Notes

      Statementby Bryna Stevens ; pictures by Florence Hill.
      SeriesOn my own books
      ContributionsHill, Florence, ill.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE276.G36 S73 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination47 p. :
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3178396M
      ISBN 100876142544
      LC Control Number83020950
      OCLC/WorldCa10023007

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"Deborah Sampson Goes To War" Written by Bryna Stevens (Yearling Books, )A great young-reader history book about a fascinating 18th Century historical character that few folks have heard of Deborah Sampson was an American colonist who disguised herself as a man and fought, for three years, as a soldier in the American Continental army/5(4).

Deborah Sampson Goes To War book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A biography of the woman who served in the army during t /5. "Deborah Sampson Goes To War" Written by Bryna Stevens (Yearling Books, )A great young-reader history book about a fascinating 18th Century Deborah Sampson goes to war book character that few folks have heard of Deborah Sampson was an American colonist who disguised herself as a man and fought, for three years, as a soldier in the American Continental army/5.

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This is a book about Deborah Sampson, who wants to go to the army in the Revolutionary War, but there are no girls allowed. What I liked most about the book was how she transformed into a boy and how well she acted like one too.

My favorite part was at the end, when she told her captain that Robert was not a boy and was actually Deborah s:   Deborah Sampson Gannett (Decem –Ap ) was one of the only women to serve in the army during the Revolutionary War.

Deborah Sampson goes to war book After disguising herself as a man and enlisting under the name Robert Shurtliff, she served for 18 months.

Sampson was severely wounded in battle and received an honorable discharge after her gender was. Deborah Sampson is best known for disguising herself as a man to serve in the Continental Army from May to October She was also one of the first women to receive a pension for her military service and the first woman to go on a national lecture tour of the United States.

Deborah Sampson in the Revolutionary War: In the winter ofSampson began feeling restless and wanted to travel and explore other pursuits. Knowing that her options as a young woman were limited, she came up with the idea of cross-dressing as a man and sought out the advice of a fortune-teller to get some insight into her future, according.

Deborah Sampson goes to war by Bryna Stevens,Carolrhoda Books edition, in EnglishPages: Get this from a library. Deborah Sampson goes to war.

[Bryna Stevens; Florence Hill] -- A biography of the woman who served in the army during the Revolutionary War under the name Robert Shurtleff and who later lectured about her experiences.

Tales of Paul Revere, George Washington, and the like dominate the history books while stories of lesser-known yet undoubtedly heroic women often go overlooked. One such woman was Deborah Sampson, who became one of the very few women to fight in the Revolutionary War — even if she had to pretend to be a man to do so.

Deborah Sampson (also known as Deborah Sampson Gannett) is famous for disguising herself as a man so that she could serve in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.

Deborah was born on December 17 th, in Plympton, Massachusetts to Colonial parents Jonathan Sampson and Deborah Bradford Sampson. Deborah was the first of seven children born to her parents (Jonathan. An illustration of an open book.

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But Deborah Sampson wanted more from life. She wanted to read, to travel--and to fight for her country's independence. When the colonies went to war with the British inDeborah. Move over Mulan. Meet a real woman disguised as a male soldier. Deborah Sampson fought in the Revolutionary War for two years before her gender was discovered.

Fun Facts. Deborah Sampson was born in in Plimpton, Massachusetts. Sampson’s life and the creation of this book are a starting point for discussion of the treatment of enlisted men and woman combatants after the war.

Deborah Sampson is featured in our exhibition America’s First Veterans—view highlights here—and in our book, also titled America’s First Veterans.

Read it in our electronic publications. Deborah Sampson was a woman that dressed as a man, so that she could join the American soldiers in the Revolutionary War. (The Revolutionary War was a war between Great Britain and the Thirteen Original colonies.)Deborah Sampson came from a poor family.

She worked as an indentured servant from the age of eight to the age of eighteen. She worked for no pay for a family, but that family let her. Patricia Clapp was born in Boston and attended the Columbia University School of Journalism. Her first novel, Constance: A Story of Early Plymouth, was a runner-up for the National Book Award for Children's Literature.

Her other books include, I'm Deborah Sampson, King of the Dollhouse, Dr. Elizabeth, and Jane-Emily/5(6). Inas the Revolutionary War was barreling toward its conclusion, a woman named Deborah Sampson disguised herself as a man, enlisted in.

After her service as an indentured service ended inDeborah Sampson became a schoolteacher in Middleborough, Massachusetts. During this time, she considered joining the Continential Army, but she didn't really know how to join, since during her time, women weren't allowed to serve in the army.Click to read more about Deborah Sampson Goes to War by Bryna Stevens.

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This is the exciting true story of a woman who became a soldier during the American Revolutionary War, by dressing and acting like a man/5(88).