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Forty years following the close of the American Revolution, this speech by Moses Emery demonstrates the evolution of patriotic rhetoric used to romanticize the War of Independence.
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Discourse and rhetoric, American Revolution
United States History
Emery, Moses, "Oration Delivered at Wiscasset, July Fourth, 1823" (1823). Maine Bicentennial. 97.