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Cabal! The Plot Against General Washington
Read an excerpt from Mark Edward Lender's Cabal! The Plot Against General Washington on the challenge to Washington’s command known as the "Conway Cabal."Read More
Read the Revolution with Ricardo Herrera
Watch Dr. Ricardo A. Herrera's January 2023 discussion on his book, Feeding Washington's Army: Surviving the Valley Forge Winter of 1778.Read More
Indigenous Experiences of the American RevolutionNovember 16, 2023, from 7-8:30 p.m.
In this free professional development workshop led by guest facilitator Allyson Schettino of the New-York Historical Society, teachers will explore resources about the American Revolution from the Native American perspective.Go to Event
Double Feature: Henry Knox's Winter Adventure
Read excerpts from Don Brown's Henry and the Cannons: An Extraordinary True Story of the American Revolution as well as Phillip Hamilton's The Revolutionary War Lives and Letters of Lucy and Henry Knox.Read More
Read an excerpt from Sara Georgini's book, Household Gods: The Religious Lives of the Adams Family.Read More
1774: The Long Year of Revolution
Read an excerpt from Mary Beth Norton's book, 1774: The Long Year of Revolution.Read More
The Last Muster
Read this excerpt from Maureen Taylor’s book that complied over 50 19th-century photographs and shares biographical information for each person.Read More
Women’s Lives in Revolutionary America: A Teaching Exploration with Historian Karin WulfMarch 11, 2021 from 7-8:30 p.m.
This free teacher workshop will welcome author and historian Dr. Karin Wulf to discuss the lives of everyday women in Revolutionary America.Go to Event
Revolutionary Makers & Artisans: A Living History EventMay 14, 2022 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. & May 15, 2022 from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Join historical tradespeople at the Museum for hands-on activities and demonstrations of the skills and trades that made a Revolution in 1770s Philadelphia.Go to Event
Deborah Sampson Unveiled: A Virtual Conversation
In April 2021, costume designer Emilio Sosa, author and Sampson descendent Alex Myers, and the Museum's Tyler Putman's explored the life and dress of Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a man to fight in the Revolutionary War, in a discussion co-presented by American Repertory Theater.Read More