Dig deeper into compelling stories and complex events of the American Revolution through these interactive online learning experiences.
Digital explorers of all stripes are invited to explore these multi-layered online interactives, complete with access to primary sources and teaching and learning resources for educators and students.
Finding Freedom2021 MUSE Award Winner
Explore the stories of five real people of African descent living in war-torn Virginia in 1781.
Season of Independence
Trace the spread of American support for Independence and learn the perspectives of real men and women on all sides of the debate.
Poll List Interactive
Dive deep into the Museum's discovery of nine poll lists featuring women and free Black voters who cast ballots in New Jersey from 1800 to 1807.
Picturing Washington's Army
Explore rare paintings of the Continental Army at West Point and Verplanck's Point, including the only known wartime image of George Washington's tent.
Abigail & John Adams Book
Read the book Abigail & John, the story of one of America’s most celebrated historical couples written by David Bruce Smith alongside original illustrations by his mother, Clarice Smith.
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Timeline of the American Revolution
Using historical objects, artworks, and documents from the Museum’s collection, our new Timeline explores both key moments and surprising stories of the American Revolution with high-quality images, video explorations of select items, and ability for users to build their own curated timelines.