Showing 511–520 of 565 results for Black History Month
The New Jersey Exception in Six DocumentsApril 27, 2021 from 7-8:30 p.m.
In this free teacher workshop, join exhibit co-curator Dr. Marcela Micucci to use the Museum's When Women Lost the Vote virtual exhibit to analyze primary sources documenting a moment from 1776-1807 when women and people of color were able to vote in New Jersey.Go to Event
First Oval Office Project at Somerset County's Journey Through the Past WeekendOctober 8-9, 2022
Join the Museum at Somerset County Courthouse Green from Oct. 8-9 for Somerset County's 17th annual Journey Through the Past weekend, where we will set up our First Oval Office Project.Go to Event
AmRev Quizzo: Symbols of IndependenceJuly 1, 2021 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Join the Museum and featured guests from the American Civil War Museum for a lively competition with talks and trivia, free with advance registration.Go to Event
The King's Three Faces
This excerpt from Brendan McConville discusses the physical and symbolic destruction of objects associated with the British Monarchy.Read More
Success to America
Read an excerpt from the book, Success to America: Creamware for the American Market, featuring the S. Robert Teitelman Collection at Winterthur.Read More
Contest for Liberty
Read an excerpt from Seanegan P. Sculley's book, Contest for Liberty: Military Leadership in the Continental Army, 1775-1783.Read More
Read an excerpt from late historian Alfred F. Young's book, Masquerade: The Life and Times of Deborah Sampson, Continental Soldier.Read More
Financial Founding Fathers
This excerpt by authors Robert Wright and David Cowen reveals how Robert Morris brought order to the early American economy and created the first national bank.Read More
Read an excerpt from Mary Beth Norton's book, Liberty's Daughters: The Revolutionary Experience of American Women, 1750-1800.Read More
Deborah Sampson Unveiled: A Virtual ConversationApril 7, 2021 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Explore 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 featuring A.R.T.'s Sarah Schofield-Mansur as moderator, 1776 costume designer Emilio Sosa, author and Sampson descendent Alex Myers, and the Museum's Tyler Putman.Go to Event