Have you read all the articles and book, watched all the videos, visited all the websites, and completed all the activities, and still want to know more!?!
Then check out these other great resources!
Hearth Cooking- AIM
Leave It To Abigail- AIM
Independence Cake – AIM
Historical Laundry Part 1: Who Did The Laundry In The 18th Century?
Historical Laundry Part 3: The Evolution Of The Washing Machine
Accidental Chemistry: Historical Laundry Part 4
Part 1 of 5: Camp Followers: Wives, Children and Sweethearts of Soldiers
Part 2 of 5: Why Washington Did Not Send the Women Home
Part 3 of 5: Molly Pitcher: Women as Combatants
Part 4 of 5: American Officers’ Wives in Camp
Part 5 of 5: British Army Camp Followers and the Baroness de Riedesel
Museum of the American Revolution
Biography: Abigail Adams for Kids
Integrating Women’s History in the Founding Era · George Washington’s Mount Vernon
She Fought, Too: Stories of Revolutionary War Heroines
The Winter of Red Snow: The Revolutionary War Diary of Abigail Jane Stewart, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1777 (fiction)
Independent Dames: What You Never Knew About the Women and Girls of the American Revolution
The Secret Soldier: The Story of Deborah Sampson (fiction)
Rebel with a Cause: The Daring Adventure of Dicey Langston, Girl Spy of the American Revolution (Encounter: Narrative Nonfiction Picture Books)