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Visitors of the Museum of the American Revolution in the Liberty Tree gallery which features a Liberty Tree
Jeff Fusco

How did people become Revolutionaries? How did the Revolution survive its darkest hour? How revolutionary was the war? What kind of nation did the Revolution create? In this interactive seminar, we’ll explore the four questions that are at the heart of the Museum. Learn about the origins, events, and people of the American Revolution through readings, virtual talks and tours, and class discussion.

This five-class seminar led by Dr. Tyler Putman, Senior Manager of Gallery Interpretation, will occur on Thursday evenings, Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25, and Feb. 1, from 7-8:30 p.m. Participants will need access to Zoom meeting software, an internet connection, microphone, and webcam, and will receive complementary readings and resources. Sessions will be recorded for the benefit of participants who miss a session due to a conflict. If you have additional questions, please contact Tyler Putman at [email protected].

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Virtual Museum Tour

Explore the Museum of the American Revolution’s Virtual Museum Tour to immerse yourself in the history of the nation's founding through 360-degree panoramic images, high-resolution images of objects and artifacts, and a guided audio tour.
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Inside the Declaration of Independence gallery featuring a copy of the Declaration of Independence
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AmRev Seminar: Everyday Life in the Revolutionary Era

March 7, 14, 21, 28, & April 4, 2024, (five weeks) from 7-8:30 p.m.
In this interactive seminar on Thursday evenings in March led by Dr. Tyler Putman, investigate everyday life during the Revolutionary War through readings, virtual talks and tours, and class discussion.
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Classes on the American Revolution

Learn more about classes offered by the Museum, including five-week AmRev Seminar courses and hands-on Artisan Workshops.
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