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Bravery In Crevecoeur's Letters From An American Farmer

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From the start of this country’s establishment, bravery plays a big aspects in what makes one an American. The first American’s that came over from England showed great courage by starting a new life in a brand new country. The author of Letters from an American Farmer, Crevecoeur, makes an analogy comparing plants to New Englanders moving to America. He describes how the plants are being transplanted to take root in their new surroundings “Everything had tended to regenerate them… but now by the power of transplantation, like all other plants they have taken root and flourished!” (Crevecoeur). The people moving to the new land were extremely brave because they had no idea what would become of this new country. Another writer, Ben Franklin
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