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Brooklyn-based artist Les Seifer.

AmRev360: Art of Revolution with Les Seifer

Brooklyn-based mixed media artist Les Seifer joined the latest episode of the Museum's AmRev360 series, hosted by President & CEO Dr. R. Scott Stephenson.
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Big Idea 6: Soldiers of African Descent in the Revolutionary War

Learn how soldiers of African descent contributed significantly to the war effort during the Revolutionary War, both on and off the battlefield, through artist Don Troiani's paintings.
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Unit 6: Soldiers of African Descent in the Revolutionary War

This unit is to help students learn more about soldiers of African descent and their wartime experiences as well as how the war created both challenges and opportunities for these individuals.
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Breaking Down Don Troiani's "The Boston Massacre, March 5, 1770" Painting

Take a detailed look at Don Troiani's "The Boston Massacre, March 5, 1770" painting that depicts the chaotic scene in Boston that left five people dead and was used to turn colonists against King George III's rule.
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Big Idea 4: A Women's War

Learn how the Revolutionary War affected the lives of women in many ways, whether at home, on the battlefield, or as a camp follower.
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Unit 4: A Women's War

In this unit, students will use Don Troiani’s paintings as a starting point to explore how women played an important role in the Revolutionary War, especially when joining the armies as camp followers.
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Big Idea 5: Native American Soldiers and Scouts

Learn more about the different strategies Native American communities and nations chose as some tried to remain neutral, others actively sided with the British, and a smaller number allied with the Revolutionaries.
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Big Idea 7: Remembering the Veterans of the Revolutionary War

Learn how we have remembered, celebrated, and honored the diverse range of veterans who fought in the Revolutionary War.
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left to right, sitting on stools: David O Stewart, R. Scott Stephenson, Talmage Boston

A Walk Through George Washington's Philadelphia

Authors and historians David O. Stewart and Talmage Boston joined Dr. R. Scott Stephenson for a walking tour through George Washington’s Philadelphia, including stops at Independence Hall, the President’s House, and Congress Hall.
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Unit 5: Native American Soldiers and Scouts

The purpose of this unit is to help students learn more about the ways that Native Americans participated in the war and the choices they made when deciding which side to support.
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