Chapters, All. 7. The Early Republic | THE AMERICAN YAWP. http://www.americanyawp.com/text/07-the-early-republic/. Accessed 23 Feb. 2020.
Additional Resource – Hickey, Donald R. “The War of 1812: Still a Forgotten Conflict?” The Journal of Military History, vol. 65, no. 3, 2001, pp. 741–69. JSTOR, JSTOR, doi:10.2307/2677533.
Terms – (1) galvanize; to act as a catalyst (2) theaters in relation to wars; an entire area directly involved in war operations (3) schism; removing an affiliation with a church or religious body
Questions – (1) Given that the Americans and British were in the immediate aftermath of a war, why were British sailers willing to join the American Navy? Furthermore, an integral part of an effective military branch is cooperation within the group, were the Americans willing to work with the British? (2) “the followers of the Prophet from their gathering place” (pg 23). Who are these followers? Who is the Prophet? Why is this casually mentioned? There’s no context for this statement and I need to know more.
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