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Caty A Biography of Catharine Littlefield Greene






Publisher:  University of Georgia Press
Summary: Throughout her life, Catharine Littlefield Greene struggled to clear her own place as an individual within a society that was itself fighting for its place as an independent nation. In Caty, John and Janet Stegeman follow the life of a woman whose spirit and determination led her far beyond the domestic concerns of most women of her day. The wife of Revolutionary War general Nathanael Greene, Caty was a close friend ...of George and Martha Washington, a business partner of Eli Whitney, and mistress of two Georgia plantations. As a voracious reader who preferred the company of men to that of women, Caty courted gossip and near scandal as she, unlike most of the women of her time, maintained friendships with men, most of whom were friends of her husband. Indeed, Nathanael Greene encouraged Caty to join in the political discussions he and his friends enjoyed, and at such gatherings Caty found herself at the center of the tumultuous activity of the Revolution. Caty also came to know firsthand the effects of the political discussions. As a devoted wife and the mother of five children, Caty faced the challenges of trying to maintain a semblance of normal family life in the cruel circumstances of war, of shouldering in the absence of her husband the financial responsibilities and burdens usually reserved for men. Although many of Caty's concerns reflected those of other women of her time, her story, Harvey Jackson suggests in his forward, has importance even beyond the study of women in the years surrounding the Revolution. Caty witnessed and at times participated in some of the most crucial events in the history of the new nation, and her story adds an additional degree of definition to our knowledge of our national origins.

Stegeman, John F. is the author of Caty A Biography of Catharine Littlefield Greene, published under ISBN 9780820307923 and 0820307920. Two hundred eleven Caty A Biography of Catharine Littlefield Greene textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, fifty six used from the cheapest price of $0.01, or buy new starting at $10.00.
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Caty A Biography of Catharine Littlefield Greene

ISBN-13: 9780820307923

ISBN: 0820307920

Publisher: University of Georgia Press
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