September 1981
American Notes & Queries;Sep/Oct81, Vol. 20 Issue 1/2, p5
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Focuses on the work of newspaper editor Benjamin Perry on militant women during the American Revolution. Background of the woman loyalist dubbed as Sook; Information on the series dedicated to women appearing at the newspaper 'Greenville Mountaineer'; Comment on Perry's work on Sook.


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