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Transcript of Deborah sampson
She is famous for disguising herself as a man so that she could serve in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War.
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*birthdate: Dec 17 1760
WHAT DID SHE CONTRIBUTE TO THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
deborah recived a honorable discharge from the big army later she married and raised 4 children.
1:Her grandmother, Priscilla Mullins Alden, sailed to America on the Mayflower.
2:Her first attempt at joining the army in the guise of a man failed when she was discovered to be holding her quill pen like a woman.
3:She suffered two leg wounds in 1782, however, fearing discovery, she refused treatment and removed one of the musket balls with a pocket knife.
PLACES LIVED-UX BRIDGE WARCESTER COUNTY MASSACHUSETS
INTERESTS-HORSE BACK RIDING HUNTING
*Oldest out of 7 children
* mom-deborah bradford sampson
*dad-Jonathan sampson jr
HORSE BACK RIDING