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Traveling Lecture Program

Join a museum educator for an illuminating talk designed to take place at your location. Choose from six exciting topics that will pique your audience’s interest in the Revolutionary Era.
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It reads "Carl M. Buckhholz Memorial Lecture 2022 featuring Dr. Danielle Allen". There is a photo of Dr. Danielle Allen and her book, Our Declaration.

2022 Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture with Dr. Danielle Allen

January 27, 2022 from 6-7 p.m.
Political theorist and author Dr. Danielle Allen will join the Museum of the American Revolution as the distinguished lecturer for the fourth Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture.
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When Women Lost Vote Tableau

Closing Weekend: When Women Lost the Vote Exhibit

April 23-25, 2021
Join us for the final chance to see When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807 at the Museum before the exhibit closes on Sunday, April 25.
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Betsy Ross by Marla R. Miller

Betsy Ross

Read an excerpt from Marla Miller who breaks through the myths and weaves Betsy Ross's life story with that of the nation's.
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Witness to Revolution Exhibit Reading List

See five books recommended by the Museum that explore key people connected to George Washington’s tent and were critical to researching and constructing the exhibition.
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Remember the Ladies Choral Premiere

"Remember the Ladies": The World Premiere of a New Choral Work by Dr. Melissa Dunphy

March 25, 2021 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Join the Museum and PhilHarmonia for the premiere of Dr. Melissa Dunphy's new choral work, "Remember the Ladies," inspired by Abigail Adams's famous letter, followed by a panel discussion.
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A Museum educator shows a replica flag to a group of school students aboard the sloop in the Museum's core exhibition.

Spring Break 2024 at the Museum

March 23-April 7, 2024
March into spring break at the Museum to explore what life was like during the Revolutionary War with a new special exhibition, neighborhood walking tours, family-friendly crafts, in-gallery talks, and more for guests of all ages.
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A family of four looks at the exhibit family guide for Liberty.

Spring Break at the Museum

April 9-24, 2022
Explore life on land and at sea during the Revolutionary War throughout Spring Break at the Museum with family-friendly crafts, in-gallery talks, and stories to learn more about the lives of soldiers and privateers.
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Staff members from the Museum of the American Revolution and Colonial Williamsburg work on sewing the Museum's replica of George Washington's headquarters tent

Real and Replica: Constructing The First Oval Office Project

Learn more about the Museum's partnership with The Historic Trades Department at The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation to reproduce elements of Washington’s War Tent.
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Book cover for Vicious and Immoral featuring the title in a script font at the top, a depiction of Robert Newburgh wearing a purple waistcoat, purple pants, and a tri-corner hat, then the author's name at the bottom.

Vicious and Immoral

Read an excerpt from John Gilbert McCurdy's book, Vicious and Immoral: Homosexuality, the American Revolution, and the Trials of Robert Newburgh.
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