Molly Pitcher rediscovered

Wade, David R.
June 1998
Military History;Jun98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p50
Traces the factual basis of the legend of Molly Pitcher, a woman who is depicted as a heroine in American history. Accounts of soldiers from which the legend started; Description of the heroine in legends; Records supporting the real identity of Pitcher.


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