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" Thus we began our pilgrimage, alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frightened women and children, some in carts with their tattered furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods. "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - Página 411
por Massachusetts Historical Society - 1925
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Women of the American Revolution, Volumen1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1819
...tired horse and chaise ; thus we began our pilgrimage, alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frighted women and children ; some in carts with...fleeing into the woods. But what added greatly to the horrors of the scene, was our passing through the bloody field at Monotong, which was strewed with...
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Domestic History of the American Revolution

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1850 - 352 páginas
...pilgrimage, alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frighted women and children ; some in carta with their tattered furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods. But what added greatly to the horrors of the scene, was our passing through the bloody field at MoBotoBgj-which was strewed with...
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Mercy Warren

Alice Brown - 1896 - 317 páginas
...walking and riding, the roads filld with frighted women & Children Some in carts with their tatterd furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods....one affectionate Father with a Cart looking for his murdered son & picking up his Neighbours who had fallen in Battle, in order for their Burial." She...
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Old Boston Days & Ways: From the Dawn of the Revolution Until the Town ...

Mary Caroline Crawford - 1909 - 540 páginas
...walking and riding, the roads filld with frighted women & Children Some in carts with their tatterd furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods....one affectionate Father with a Cart looking for his murdered son & picking up his Neighbours who had fallen in Battle, in order for their Burial." Yet...
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The Beginnings of the American Revolution: Based on Contemporary ..., Volumen3

Ellen Chase - 1910
...horse-chaise. Thus we began our [pilgrimage] alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frightened women and children, some in carts with their tattered...furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods. But what greatly added to the horror of the scene was our passing through the bloody field at Menotomy, which...
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Liberty's Daughters: The Revolutionary Experience of American Women, 1750 ...

Mary Beth Norton - 1996 - 384 páginas
...made the opposite choice, for on the morning of April 20 an observer found the roads around Boston "filld with frighted women and children, some in carts...furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods." In the months that followed such scenes became commonplace in New England. After the battle of Bunker...
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Those Remarkable Women of the American Revolution

Karen Zeinert - 1996 - 96 páginas
...pilgrimage [to Andover, twenty miles away] alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frightened women and children, some in carts with their tattered furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods.8 Mary Jemison and the Seneca Home Front In 1758, fifteen-year-old Mary Jemison (c. 1742-1833)...
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Toward an Intellectual History of Women: Essays By Linda K. Kerber

Linda K. Kerber - 2017 - 352 páginas
...Concord is followed by a woman's memoir of her flight from Cambridge, "the road filled with frightened women and children, some in carts with their tattered furniture, others on foot fleeing into the woods."5 Sometimes women's presence is ceremonial: "On the third day after the battle [in which the...
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Revolutionary Women in the War for American Independence: A One-volume ...

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1998 - 244 páginas
...acquaintances. We began our pilgrimage, alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frightened women and children; some in carts with their tattered...fleeing into the woods. But what added greatly to the horrors of the scene, was our passing through the bloody field at Menotomy, which was strewn with mangled...
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Founding Mothers: The Women Who Raised Our Nation

Cokie Roberts - 2004 - 384 páginas
...town: "thus we began our pilgrimage, alternately walking and riding, the roads filled with frightened women and children, some in carts with their tattered...fleeing into the woods. But what added greatly to the hortors of the scene, was our passing through the bloody field at Monotong, which was strewed with...
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