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AmRev Presents: “Meet James Forten” Performance & Panel DiscussionFebruary 10, 2022 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Experience the Museum's newest first-person theatrical performance, "Meet James Forten," exploring Forten’s life as a free Black Philadelphian, Revolutionary War privateer, and stalwart abolitionist, with a discussion to follow.Go to Event
Historical Thinking Strategies
As a Museum, we are dedicated to providing the resources and support you need today, and every day, to make meaning of history with your students.Read More
When Alexander Met Eliza... Or At Least Danced With Her
Author Susan Holloway Scott writes about the debut of seamstress Samantha McCarty's design for the “Fashioning Eliza 1777” gown at our January 2019 History After Hours.Read More
Unit 1: Researching the Revolution
This unit provides opportunities for students to analyze and understand the importance of research in the study of history using the example of artist Don Troiani.Read More
AmRev Quizzo: Ten Crucial Days! with The American Battlefield TrustDecember 16, 2021 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Join staff from the Museum of the American Revolution and the American Battlefield Trust for online history Quizzo.Go to Event
Meet the Revolution: Daniel Sieh
Daniel Sieh discusses his work bringing Asian and Asian American history to the forefront and his ongoing research on the role Asian people played in the American Revolution.Read More
True Colours & Washington Standard Projects
Follow the process of recreating and the history behind the flags flown by 18th-century ships during the Revolutionary War as well as General George Washington's headquarters flag.Read More
Meet the Revolution
Learn more about our Meet the Revolution series of costumed living history programs that explore the voices, viewpoints, and experiences of the diverse people of the Revolutionary era.Read More
Black Founders Virtual Tour
Immerse yourself in 360-degree panoramic gallery images, high-resolution photos of the artifacts and documents, a guided audio tour, and music station to explore the story of free Black Philadelphian James Forten and his descendants.Read More
Discovering Black Voters in Early New Jersey: A Virtual Visit with Elaine Buck and Beverly MillsFebruary 25, 2021 from 6-7:15 p.m.
Join the Museum and Stoutsburg Sourland African American Museum's Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills for a virtual discussion on early Black voters, like Ephraim Hagerman, found on an 1801 New Jersey poll list.Go to Event