Breaking with Britain (pt. 2)

Breaking with Britain (pt. 2) - “Saw you my Hero?”...

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Unformatted text preview: “Saw you my Hero?” “Saw American Folk Song, 1794, the Boston Camerata Saw you my hero? Saw you my hero? Saw you my hero, George? I have traveled o’er the plain And enquired of every swain But no tidings can hear of my George Wednesday, October 11 • 1st Midterm exam: – Monday and Tuesday, October 16th and 17th without a fee – Wednesday, October 18th will have a $5 late fee – Thursday, October 19th will have a $7 late fee • Must have the test IN hand by 11am • For this week's lab, students need to read a brief selection of documents about the Loyalists in the American Revolution. Available on Blackboard under Course Documents. • There will be an informal test review in the Review Room each hour this Friday, October 13th. Come prepared with questions. Breaking With Britain Day 2 George Washington The Myth and the Man Washington and the Revolution Fortifying the Heights of Fortifying Dorchester The Retreat from Long The Island "I am sure there never was a people, who had "I more reason to acknowledge a divine interposition in their affairs, than those of the United States; and I should be pained to believe that they have forgotten that agency, which was so often manifested during our Revolution, or that they failed to consider the omnipotence of that God who is alone able to protect them." George Washington to John Armstrong, March 11, 1792 Crossing the Delaware: Crossing The Battle of Trenton Holding the Army Together Holding Encouraging Classical Encouraging virtues: Addison’s “Cato” “I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country” Nathan Hale, Sept. 22, 1776 “What pity it is that we can die but once to serve our country!” Joseph Addison, “Cato,” Act IV, scene 4 And Afterward . . . The Newburgh Conspiracy The Cincinnatus Cincinnatus Holding the Holding Country Together ...
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