Do you know any colonial women who were heros?

Molly Pitcher.

Anne Hutchinson

Yes, there were indeed colonial women who were considered heroes during that time period. Two notable examples include Molly Pitcher and Anne Hutchinson.

Molly Pitcher, whose real name was Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley, was a woman who gained recognition for her bravery during the American Revolutionary War. According to historical accounts, Molly Pitcher, who was the wife of an artilleryman, brought water to the soldiers during the Battle of Monmouth in 1778. When her husband collapsed on the battlefield, Molly Pitcher reportedly took over his duties and continued firing the cannon in his place. Her actions were seen as incredibly courageous and she became a symbol of female patriotism during the war.

On the other hand, Anne Hutchinson was a colonial woman known for her religious leadership and advocacy for religious freedom. In the early 17th century, Hutchinson held religious meetings in her home in the Massachusetts Bay Colony and attracted a large following. However, her challenging views on the role of women in society and her criticism of the Puritan clergy eventually led to her banishment from the colony. Despite her controversial reputation at the time, Anne Hutchinson is now recognized as an early advocate for women's rights and religious tolerance in colonial America.

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