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(Berkin, 2006) Another Patriot, Mercy Otis Warren, wrote satirical plays displaying the British military figures as ridiculous and incompetent and the American Patriots and virtuous. (Keene, Cornell, & O'Donnell, 2010) The Loyalists found living difficult in areas that were becoming more predominately Patriot controlled. (Keene et al., 2010) Grace Galloway of Philadelphia stayed at her family home after her husband left to Loyalist leaning New York due increased societal tensions. (Keene et al., 2010) Her family home was eventually seized from her, leaving her to live modestly. (Keene et al., 2010) She was able to pass her possessions to children as these were not taken away. References Berkin, C. (2006). "It was I who did it" Women's role in the founding of the nation. Phi Kappa Phi Forum , 86 , 15-18. Keene, J. D., Cornell, S., & O'Donnell, E. T. (2010). Visions of America: A history of the United States (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson Education Company. (https Tracey Palmer Tracey Palmer ( ( Nov 4, 2017 # !" Cynthia, Thank you for pointing out even more women of the revolution. Looks to me as if we all meaning every human being played a role whether decent or evil made our country what we are today. Still decent and evil around, but it "takes a village" means so much more to me! Tracey (https Deanne Weatherford Deanne Weatherford () () Nov 3, 2017 !" Professor Rose and class,
# I feel like the American Revolution was inevitable. The tensions were too high and colonists wanted change. The women were supportive from afar. They protested by not buying any British goods ie: fabrics, tea, soaps, and other household items. They also allowed the American soldiers to live in their homes. In my opinion, the women did not receive the credit they deserved. Their boycott against British goods had a significant impact on the trade industry and kept the war going. Deanne Weatherford (https Miki Mallory Miki Mallory ( ( Nov 5, 2017 # !" Deanne, According to ushistory.org () , “The Revolutionary rethinking of the rules for society also led to some reconsideration of the relationship between men and women.” Women were considered lower status than men at the time. Married women were not given any legal rights. I agree that women should have deserved better and more equal treatment during this period. In the U.S, equality between men and women is much more prevalent than in years past. Though we are still fighting for equality, we are taking great steps to realizing equal treatment between men and women. Great post! (https Amy Williams Amy Williams ( ( Nov 3, 2017 # !" Women had a role in the movement. Women chose to wear fabric made in the colonies and not wear fabric and use items from Britain,. Also women traveled with the troops and helped to

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