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Q: Who was Deborah Sampson Garrett? A. the stepdaughter of George Washington who got women to support the Continental Army B. the woman who hid her identity and fought with the Continental Army
C. a woman who brought water to soldiers on the battlefield D. a nurse who saved over 300 Continental soldiers
A: B. [ the woman who hid her identity and fought with the Continental Army/Deborah Sampson Gannett(December 17, 1760 - April 29, 1827[1][2]), better known as Deborah Sampson, was an American woman who impersonated a man in order to serve in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. She is one of a small number of women with a documented record of military combat experience in
that war.[3] She served 17 months in the army, as "Robert Shurtlift", of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, was wounded in 1782 and honorably discharged at West Point in 1783/ ]
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User: Who was Deborah Sampson Garrett? A. the stepdaughter of George Washington who got women to support the Continental Army B. the woman who hid her identity and fought with the Continental Army C. a woman who brought water to soldiers on the battlefield D. a nurse who saved over 300 Continental soldiers

Weegy: B. [ the woman who hid her identity and fought with the Continental Army/Deborah Sampson Gannett(December 17, 1760 - April 29, 1827[1][2]), better known as Deborah Sampson, was an American woman who impersonated a man in order to serve in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. She is one of a small number of women with a documented record of military combat experience in that war.[3] She served 17 months in the army, as "Robert Shurtlift", of Uxbridge, Massachusetts, was wounded in 1782 and honorably discharged at West Point in 1783/ ]
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User: What happened to the price of imported goods during the Revolutionary War? A. They went up. B. They went down. C. They bottomed out. D. They stayed that same.

Weegy: A. They went up.
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User: Why did rich planters in Georgia and South Carolina tend to remain loyalists? A. They felt they needed the British military presence to prevent slave revolts. B. They feared that the revolutionary government would pass high tariffs if they won the revolution. C. They felt that the revolutionaries would spark slave revolts in the South. D. They feared that the revolutionary government would ban slavery in the colonies.

Weegy: D. They feared that the revolutionary government would ban slavery in the colonies.
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User: All of the following were people who tended to stay loyal to Great Britain EXCEPT A. rich merchants. B. northern Anglicans. C. small farmers. D. Native Americans.

Weegy: A. rich merchants.
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User: Which wife of a founding father pleaded that he and his colleagues consider the rights of women when creating the new government? A. Sarah Franklin B. Dolly Madison C. Abigail Adams D. Martha Washington

Weegy: C. Abigail Adams /Abigail Adams, wife of 2nd President John Adams. Abigail Adams was an advocate of married women's property rights and more opportunities for women, particularly in the field of education. [ Women, she believed, should not submit to laws not made in their interest, nor should they be content with the simple role of being companions to their husbands. ]
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