Ye Olde Publick House & Dialogue
If you lived around the time of the Revolutionary War, where would you go to stay informed? Odds are it would have been the local pub. Join Mary, Gary, and Eryn as they discuss the impacts pubs and other public gathering places had on American discourse. Why were these places so pivotal for the discussion of ideas? Where do Americans gather today for their discussions?
Additional BRI Resources
Establishing a Government of Laws, Not Men: George Washington’s Retirement and Responsibility
In this lesson, students will review George Washington’s actions in completing his service as Commander-in-Chief following the Revolutionary War, including his return of his military commission to the president of Congress.