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Glory Passion and Principle

Melissa Bohrer Ý 4 characters

Ping negotiate treaties; acting as spies; or fighting alongside men in the military these women broke the limiting definitions imposed upon them much as America was doing for itself and the military these women broke the limiting definitions imposed upon them much as America was doing for itself and form and found the country that is America today Each chapter is dedicated to a different woman starting with Abigail Adams political confidante and wife of John Adams Using her intellect to influence her husband's position in the Continental Congress she earned the distinction of being the only person to put Thomas Jefferson in his *place Nancy Ward the brave and diplomatic leader of the Cherokee tribe * Nancy Ward the brave and diplomatic leader of the Cherokee tribe matured a young widow to bold warrior isking her life and those of her people when she warned the Patriots of imminent atta. Much has been written of the brave deeds acts of heroism and intellectual prowess of the men who drafted the Declaration of Independence over two hundred years ago yet almost no attention has been paid to "the extraordinary women of that time women who helped found our nation with courage sacrifice and intellect eual to "extraordinary women of that time women who helped found our nation with courage sacrifice and intellect eual to of the famed male politicians of 1776 Glory Passion and Principle tells the story of eight incredible women each deprived of formal education world travel or eual status and yet all managed to flourish against incredible odds Whether advising such men as John Adams Thomas Jefferson or Benjamin on political theory; publishing poems and that would ouse a nation to independent furor; hel. .

Ck by Native American Tribes She Became A Strong She "became a strong when the Treaty of Hopewell was signed in 1785Yet another bright light was Sybil Ludington a seventeen "a strong when the Treaty of Hopewell was signed in 1785Yet another bright light was Sybil Ludington a seventeen old who took it upon herself to alert her town's militia that the British were coming and survived a ide twice as long as Paul Revere's And where Revere got caught Ludington did not Alongside Ludington Adams and Ward the five other chapters chronicle the lives of Deborah Sampson Lydia Darragh Mercy Otis Warren Phillis Wheatley and Molly Hays Filled with unimaginable heartbreak personal sacrifice and Cunning Survival Skills Glory Passion survival skills Glory Passion Principle is an inspiring testament to the women who undoubtedly made a considerable dent in our great nation's history.