Sea Voyages for Women

Lives of the women at home and following the army during the war years.
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Sea Voyages for Women

Post by pud » Thu Dec 28, 2006 10:33 pm

Source: From the diary of Sarah Frost who was a passenger on the ship called TWO SISTERS; circa 1790

"We have very fair accommodation in the cabin although it contains six families. Our women all came on board with their children and there is great confusion in the cabin. We bear with it pretty well through the day, but at night one child cries in one place and one in another, while we are getting them to bed. I think sometimes I will go crazy,…"

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