Johnny Tremain's Life During The Revolutionary Era

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Johnny Tremain’s life was shaped by the social and economic practices of colonial America during the Revolutionary era. Like Johnny, many people from England were given the choice to live in a land with more freedoms and a self-sufficient nature. As these people soon discovered, America provided numerous opportunities, even to Johnny. All of America was filled with countless chances from land ownership to freedoms lacking in England. Indeed, America was a more unconfined place. In England, Johnny and other boys would not have been given job opportunities, such as Johnny training to be a master silversmith. He and other people living in America could also worship when and how they wanted, having the chance of religious freedom. Because he
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