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WASHINGTON AND THE AMERICAN ARMY
NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE

6. Do you know of any army in the World War that lost its power to fight because the privates "considered themselves as good as their officers and refused to obey their commands"? 7. Compare Washington's army with the British army, as to numbers, training, and equipment. 8. What characteristic of Washington helped him most at this time? 9. Find the lines in which Hativthorne describes this power of Washington. 10. Describe the feeling Washington inspired in his men. 11. Give instances in which Washington submitted his plans to his generals and followed their judgment even though it differed from his own. 12. Why did he do this? 13. How did Washington's army spend the summer, autumn, and winter of 1775-1776? 14. What happened in Boston to the inhabitants and to the British army quartered there? 15. How did Washington finally take Boston? 16. What do you know about the mansion-house in Cambridge? 17. Laurence thought of Longfellow as the author of Voices of the Night. Of what poems do you think of him as the author? 18. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: irreverent; auditors; conspicuous; befitted; deficiency; enterprise; faculty; hazardous; unanimous; tenanted; venerable; pilgrimages. 19. Pronounce: reconnoiter; hostile; decisive; eminent.

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