By Mark Relation, DLAR Intern
Quotes from Rees, John U. “Exceeding Hot & water is scarce…” Monmouth Campaign Weather, 15 June to
MOLLY PITCHER. (Ten American Girls from History 1917).
By George Alfred Williams, 1917.
For further information on Molly Pitcher, see the following, available at the David Library.
A Molly Pitcher Chronology by Samuel Stelle Smith.
A Molly Pitcher Sourcebook by David G. Martin.
Molly Pitcher, Young Patriot by Augusta Stevenson;
illustrated by Gene Garriott.
A Short history of Molly Pitcher: the heroine of the Battle of Monmouth:
together with an account of the ceremonies incident to the unveiling of
the cannon planted over her grave in the Old Graveyard in Carlisle,
By the Patriotic Order of Sons of America on June 28, 1905.
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