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The Life of Deborah Sampson

$15.95

The Life of Deborah Sampson, The Only Woman Who Enlisted (as Robert Shurtliff) as a Revolutionary War Soldier. This book is a reprint of the 1916 publication by William Abbatt, entitled: The Female Review; or Life of Deborah Sampson. It follows the reasoning of why Deborah decided to enlist, as Robert Shurtliff, and fight in the War for Independence for nearly three years, was wounded, and finally, just as the war was ending, her sex was discovered. Plenty of commentary, descriptions of the battles from her own journal, and criticism by William Abbatt toward H. Mann, who wrote the first published version in 1797. A good read for the Revolutionary War buff. 6x9, softcover, 166 pages, with every name index. ISBN: 9781935573029.