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Hannah Snell - Female British 18th Century Soldier
18" x 24"
Giclee Print

Hannah Snell (1723?1792) was a British woman who disguised herself as a man and became a soldier. She was born in Worcester in 1723. In 1740, she moved to London, married and had a daughter who died a year later. When her husband deserted her, she, according to her own account, borrowed a male suit and joined the army. She eventually retired to Wapping in East London where she kept a pub called The Female Warrior.

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