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Don Troiani's Victory or Death, Advance on Trenton 1776
Victory or Death, Advance on Trenton, 1776 (Image Courtesy of Don Troiani)

Join in as we go behind the scenes of the Museum’s upcoming fall 2021 special exhibit, Liberty: Don Troiani's Paintings of the Revolutionary War, with lead curator Matthew Skic. Learn about how an exhibition gets put together from start to finish, how the objects we use come to the museum, and what exactly a curator does.

History Explorers Club playdates are best enjoyed by ages 7-11 but fun for all kids.

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Nov 20
 

History Explorers Club: Evacuation Day

November 20, 2021 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Learn how people of Revolutionary America celebrated Evacuation Day every Nov. 25, the day that the British Army officially left New York City, at our family-friendly November History Explorers Club.
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Don Troiani's Victory or Death, Advance on Trenton 1776
Victory or Death, Advance on Trenton, 1776 (Image Courtesy of Don Troiani) 

Liberty: Don Troiani’s Paintings of the Revolutionary War

October 16, 2021 - September 5, 2022
What did the Revolutionary War truly look like? Nationally renowned historical artist Don Troiani aims to answer this question, drawing from painstaking research to create paintings that capture the drama and reality of life on the march, in camp, and in battle. Over 40 of Troiani’s original paintings and dozens of artifacts from his personal collection—most on display for the first time in public—will plunge visitors into some of the most pivotal moments of America’s fight for independence, from the Battles of Lexington and Concord to the Siege of Yorktown.
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Don Troiani's Soldiers Of The American Revolution by James Kochan and Don Troiani
 

Don Troiani’s Soldiers of the American Revolution

These works by Don Troiani show his original paintings of soldiers alongside the actual objects he studied in his artistic recreations.
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