Portrays the treatment and struggles of African Americans during the Revolutionary War and their contributions to the war effort.They also nursed the wounded and sick soldiers. This, too, was an important job. Disease and injury were common. The nurses helped the soldiers survive their wounds and their sicknesses. Women were also important during times of battle.
|Title||:||African Americans and the Revolutionary War|
|Author||:||Judith E. Harper|
|Publisher||:||Childs World Incorporated - 2000-01-01|