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Sequelize/Tables Problem

I'm having a problem with some linked SQL tables, and trying to retrieve data from them with Sequelize. When I'm on DB Browser for SQLite, the tables all exist. But when I try to findAll() or findByPK() my table 'Courses' I'm getting a "SequelizeDatabaseError" with the message: "SQLITE_ERROR: no such table: Courses"

I'll link the repository here: https://github.com/AeronRoemer/rest-api-project

And this is the code from the 'routes' page where the GET request is coming from

const express = require('express');
const router = express.Router();
const Users = require('../models').Users;
const Courses = require('../models').Course;
module.exports = router;

/* Handler function to wrap each route. */
function asyncHandler(cb){
    return async(req, res, next) => {
      try {
        await cb(req, res, next)
        res.status(201)
      } catch(error){
        res.status(500).send(error);
      }
    }
  }

  //send a GET request to view all quotes
router.get('/courses', asyncHandler(async (req, res) =>{
    let allCourses
    //console.log(Courses)
    try {
        allCourses = await Courses.findAll();
        res.json(courses) //converts to JSON object
      } catch (error) {
          res.json({error: error,
        message: error.message})
      }
}))