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America (1924)

America (1924) quotes

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View Quote A Thrilling Story of Love and Romance
View Quote Arthur Dewey — George Washington
View Quote At Valley Forge, where the Rebels endured tremendous privations for the cause which they believed to be so just. Sometimes some were without sufficient clothing even to venture from their cabins to gather firewood.
View Quote Downing Clarke — Lord Chamberlain
View Quote Frank Walsh — Thomas Jefferson
View Quote John Dunton — John Han****
View Quote Lee Beggs — Samuel Adams
View Quote Love of tender girlhood! Passionate deeds of heroes! A rushing, leaping drama of charm and excitement!
View Quote P. R. Scammon — Richard Henry Lee
View Quote The King, as well as a certain group around him, failed to understand the spirit of the Colonists who still felt a great attachment to the Mother Country.
View Quote The story of the sacrifice made for freedom in the American Revolution is that of a civil war between two groups of English; one group the Americans, being merely Englishmen who settled on the American Continent. The government which Canada and Australia now enjoy was absolutely denied to America through stubborn and false ideas of the autocratic powers guiding the hand of King George the Third. The trouble began England taxed her American colonies to help defray of the French and Indian Wars. The Colonies, not represented in the English Parliament, objected to taxation without representation.