Pre-Revolutionary Nationalism in American Taverns
West Point Press
Madeline is a third year Honors History Major and Political Science Minor at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. While taking a seminar on the history of coffeehouses and substances in Europe, she became interested in the unique public sphere that sprang up around beverages. A dual American/Canadian citizen focusing on American History in Canada, Madeline decided to look abroad and was intrigued to find out just how influential tavern culture had been in shaping an American identity and encouraging military mobilization before the American Revolution.
Kanuka, Madeline. “Pre-Revolutionary Nationalism in American Taverns.” Report: West Point Undergraduate Historical Review. Vol. 5, Issue 1 (2014): 45-62.