My Brother Sam Is Dead - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

Father's name is Eliphalet Meeker, but he is called Life. Mother's name is Susannah. Tim tells the reader about Redding, a small town divided into Redding Ridge and Redding Center. The Center is home the Presbyterian Church, while the Ridge, where the Meekers live, has an Anglican church. The Anglican Church is the church of England, and most of the people in the ridge area are Tories and loyal to the king, because it is closely tied to their religion. For as long as Tim can remember, he has been hearing arguments about the king, the war and the colonies, and there seem to many different sides. Some people want to stay with England, and others want to break from England. Still others want to stay English but have more independence. It is difficult to tell who is right, or if anyone is...

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