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Big Idea 4: Support for Independence

Trace how the idea of gaining independence rose through colonies, even as tensions rose and support became more dangerous.
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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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At Home Crafts & Activities

Check out a selection of historically inspired crafts and activities below that families can make and do at home.
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A high up view of the War at Sea gallery in the Museum of the American Revolution featuring a sloop
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Play Our Fox and Geese Game

Challenge a friend to a game of Fox and Geese, a game similar to checkers and easy to play anywhere.
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Historical Timeline

Learn more about the history of Washington's War Tent from Revolutionary War battlefields to its permanent home at the Museum.
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Young Friends

Join a new generation to transform your relationship with our Revolutionary history and represent the next wave of Museum enthusiasts.
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Season of Independence Glossary

This glossary provides definitions to useful terms found throughout the Season of Independence interactive feature and its related teacher resources.
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Chivalrous Crickets band performs at the Museum to celebrate St. Andrew's Day in November 2022.

A Celtic Concert with The Chivalrous Crickets Celebrating St. Andrew's Day

In November 2022, Celtic-infused folk band The Chivalrous Crickets performed traditional Scottish tunes in celebration of St. Andrew's Day.
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Big Idea 2: A Revolutionary Reminder in a Changing Nation

Learn more about how George Washington's headquarters tent became a symbol of the American republic and survived the Civil War.
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A museum curator places a photograph of Charlotte Vandine Forten in its case for display in Black Founders.

Forten Family Artifacts on Loan from Howard University in Black Founders Exhibit

Take a closer look at the Forten family artifacts that the Howard University Moorland-Spingarn Research Center loaned to the Museum for our special exhibition, Black Founders: The Forten Family of Philadelphia.
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