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Living the Revolution: America, 1789-1820
Topic: Predicaments of Early Republican LifeTopic: ReligionTopic: PoliticsTopic: ExpansionTopic: Equality
Topic: Predicaments of Early Republican Life
Overview of Living the Revolution: America, 1789-1820
Resource Menu: Predicaments of Early Republican Life
Text 1. Benjamin Franklin
Text 2. Venture Smith
Text 3. Washington Irving
Text 4. Royall Tyler
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Text 5. Benjamin Rush
Text 6. Noah Webster


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4.  Royall Tyler, The Contrast: A Comedy in Five Acts. Written by a Citizen of the United States, 1787

Royall Tyler
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Brief biography of Royall Tyler

Intro to theater in the new republic, including Royall Tyler, from the University of Virginia



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