Deborah Sampson (December 17th, 1760 - April 29th, 1827) was a Massachusetts woman in the Revolutionary era, who had disguised as a man to enter it, only with the alias "Robert Shurtliff".

She served 17 months in the army and was wounded in 1782, and was honorably discharged a year later at West Point, New York, in 1783.

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