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Nancy Morgan Hart (c. 1735–1830) was a rebel heroine of the American Revolutionary War noted for her exploits against Loyalists in the northeast Georgia backcountry. She is characterized as a tough, resourceful frontier woman who repeatedly outsmarted Tory soldiers and also killed some outright. Stories about her are ...

www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/nancy-hart-ca-1735-1830

Aug 12, 2005 ... the Revolutionary War (1775-83) was Nancy Hart. A devout patriot, Hart gained notoriety during the revolution for her determined efforts to rid the area of Tories, English soldiers, and British sympathizers. Her single-handed efforts against Tories and Indians in the Broad River frontier, as well as her covert ...

www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/nancy-morgan-hart

Frontierswoman Nancy Morgan Hart was a legendary hero of the American Revolution who made it her mission to rid the Georgia territory of British Loyalists. Learn more about her story on womenshistory.org.

www.britannica.com/biography/Nancy-Hart-American-Revolution-heroine

Nancy Hart, née Ann Morgan, (born c. 1735, Pennsylvania or North Carolina [ U.S.]—died 1830, Kentucky), American Revolutionary heroine around whom gathered numerous stories of patriotic adventure and resourcefulness. Ann Morgan grew up in the colony of North Carolina. She is traditionally said to have been related ...

www.civilwar.org/learn/biographies/nancy-hart

Born around 1735 on either the Pennsylvania or the North Carolina frontier, Ann Morgan Hart, better known as Nancy, played an important role in the American Revolution as a notorious female rebel and spy.

www.womenhistoryblog.com/2010/11/nancy-morgan-hart.html

Nancy Morgan Hart Painting by Louis S. Glanzman According to Revolutionary lore, Nancy Hart famously outwitted a group of Tories who had invaded her home . She served them liquor, and once they were drunk, filched their weapons, which she used to shoot two of the men and hold the rest captive until help arrived.

www.americanrevolution.org/women/women48.php

This person was Nancy Hart, a Woman entirely uneducated, and ignorant of all the conventional civilities of life, but a zealous lover of liberty and of the "liberty boys," as she called the whigs. She had a husband whom she denominated a " poor stick," because he did not take a decided and active part with the defenders of ...

www.amazon.com/NANCY-HART-American-Heroine-Annotated-ebook/dp/B00XI87Y64

Raw-boned, six 'foot' frontierswoman Nancy Morgan Hart (circa 1735-1830) was middle aged before she made her mark on American history. She was certainly one of the interesting characters of the American Revolution. Zealously patriotic for the American cause, she was a terror to her Tory neighbors in the Georgia ...

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If you were a British soldier stationed in Georgia, you knew about Nancy Hart. Nancy didn't just talk; she took action. When British soldiers came to question her about helping out a Patriot soldier, she brazenly admitted to it. Forced to cook the British a meal, she killed two of them. No, not with her cooking, with their own ...