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My Brother Sam is Dead vs. Johnny Tremain
Transcript of My Brother Sam is Dead vs. Johnny Tremain
Johnny Tremain Patriot:
American Colonists that wanted to break away from England and form a new country Tory:
A political party of American Colonists that supported the British during the American Revolution. Loyalist:
American Colonists that supported the British during the American Revolution. Neutralists:
American Colonists that didn't want to fight or they believed in principles of the Patriots and Loyalists. Propaganda: Boycott: Daughters of Liberty: Sons of Liberty: "Outside, Johnny could hear shouting, yelling, whistles, the running of feet. With the coming of night, the Sons of Liberty were abroad, tacking up Mr. Adam's placards."(144 Johnny Treimain) "I was hoping father wouldn't argue with the man- it scared me.
"Government business," the cow-boy
said. (93 M.B.S.D) Militia: Committees of Correspondence: "Is the militia going to try to stop them?"
He scowled "There
aren't enough Patriots in Redding..." (135 M.B.S.D) "I dashed outside in time to see a horseman come over the rise of the road from the direction of Danbury. He was dressed in ordinary clothes , and I guessed he was a Rebel messenger. (141 M.B.S.D) "Only Paul Revere showed no signs of the hard physical strain he had been under all night before. Not long after dawn he had started on horseback for New York and Philadelphia with an account of the Tea Party.(162 Johnny Tremain) "Already on every village green throughout New England, men and boys were drilling in defiance of the King's orders. (167 Johnny Tremain) Tim
(M.B.S.D) Tim continually wants the war to be over. He does not like the British because of the way they killed Ned (145) and how Jerry died.(166) He doesn't like the Rebels because they killed Sam for no reason. (208) Tim thinks neither the Patriots nor the Loyalists are right.(167) Patriot
(Johnny Tremain) Johnny's job for most of the book is delivering a Patriot newspaper spreading Patriotism.(118) Johnny attended many meetings of the Patriot leaders. (147-150) Johnny went to and participated in the Boston Tea Party, committing civil disobedience. (158-159) George Washington My brother Sam was standing there, wearing a uniform. (1 M.B.S.D) King George III King George was in a fury over the dilatory cautious behavior of his general. Rebellion had not been put down as he ordered and every day it was growing stronger. (249 Johnny Tremain) Taxation without Representation: Lobsterbacks as a Form of Propaganda: Acts of Parliament: Unalienable Rights: "The Whigs declaring that taxation without representation is tyranny. (90 Johnny Tremain) "He's sly. When merchants agreed not to import British goods until the Stamp Act was repealed...."(90 Johnny Tremain) Sam Adams They were looking for Mr. Adams and Mr. Hancock and they marched up to Lexington. (2 M.B.S.D.) "Sometimes Father brought home Rivington's Gazette from Verplancks. It was a Tory paper and he wasn't supposed to have it."
(39 M.B.S.D) "If there were a Daughters of Liberty, I'd be one. You ask Sam Adams about me. I've been helping him secretly for years. (196 Johnny Tremain) Sedition. Incitement to rebellion. Why, if it isn't that damned Boston Observer."
(242 Johnny Tremain) "He's sly. When merchants agreed not to import British goods until the Stamp Act was repealed...."(90 Johnny Tremain) "Well, the beginning was when the Lobsterbacks- "
"By that I suppose you mean the soldiers of your King," Father said.(4 M.B.S.D) You were right,you tall, dark boy, for even as we shoot down British soldiers we are fighting for rights such as they will be enjoying a hundred years from now.(225 Johnny Tremain) It was Sam Adams himself. When either cold or excited, his palsy increased. His head and hands were shaking. (133 Johnny Tremain) You couldn't buy very much with commissary notes: a lot of people wouldn't take them, unless they were strong patriots and felt they ought to in order to show faith in George Washington and the Rebel government.
(129 M.B.S.D) As a subject of His Majesty, George the Third, should you question his ways? (8-9 M.B.S.D.) John Adams "Sam and John Adams were standing and the other member were crowding around them...." (221 Johnny Tremain) In M.B.S.D Betsy Read stopped Tim from transferring what she thought was a Tory intelligence letter.(83-84 M.B.S.D) "Some of those learned men in Parliament agree with me, sir." (8 M.B.S.D) "...boiling lobsters-they had men's eyes with long lashes and looked up piteously."(257 J.T) "...dressing up like Indians and throwing tea into Boston Harbor..."(7 M.B.S.D) "He's been arrested as a cattle theif."(182 M.B.S.D) This represents the right of property. "The whole argument is over a few taxes that hardly amount to anything for most people." (28 M.B.S.D) "...dressing up like Indians and throwing tea into Boston Harbor..."(7 M.B.S.D)