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Women and the war effort

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makenna flynn

on 15 February 2012

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Transcript of Women and the war effort

women and
the war effort 1863-Women laboring in
fields and doing men's
work while the men are at war. 3,000 women nurses and 3,000,000 men in both of the armies-Women have never been able to become a nurse till the Civil War when all the men went to war Clara Barton,
Angel of the Battlefield
heoic nurse and one of the only women in the Civil War to stand at the front line with the cannons also asked to go to Lincoln Hospital Harriet Tubman is one of the Norths spies.
Harriet Tubman was a famed conductor
on the underground railroad confederates- Sally Tompkin starts a private hospital in Richmond, Virginia. She helped confederate soldiers and union prisoners The war bought women like Clara Barton to the battlefields to save as many people as possible
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