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History Explorers Club: Flag FactsJune 26, 2021 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Join the Museum to learn about how flags come to represent countries or states and how they can communicate before creating your own at our family-friendly June History Explorers Club.Go to Event
The New Jersey Exception in Six DocumentsFebruary 17, 2021 from 7-8:30 p.m.
This free teacher workshop will explore six key documents that tell the story of an exceptional moment in history when women — and people of African descent — were able to vote in New Jersey.Go to Event
In The News: John Claypoole's Diary Donated to the Museum
Look back at featured news clips from the donation — and subsequent family reunion — of the Revolutionary War diary of John Claypoole, which documents his experiences as a prisoner of war, to the Museum.Read More
Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Cassandra GoodMarch 9, 2021 from 6-7:15 p.m.
Join Dr. Cassandra A. Good as she shines a light on the men and women who took risks to form friendships with each other during the Revolutionary era in a discussion on her book, Founding Friendships.Go to Event
Colonists, Citizens, Constitutions
Read an excerpt from James Hrdlicka's exhibition book Colonists, Citizens, Constitutions: Creating the American Republic.Read More
Revolutionary Gifts for Dads and Grads
No matter whether you're celebrating a recent grad or the father figure in your life, our Revolutionary gift guide is here with gift ideas for history buffs of any age.Read More
WATCH: Read the Revolution with Linda Colley
Watch the Museum's archived video of historian Linda Colley's virtual discussion on her new book, The Gun, the Ship, and the Pen: Warfare, Constitutions, and the Making of the Modern World.Read More
Badge of the Blew and Orange
This badge represents the Loyal and Friendly Society of the Blew and Orange founded between 1733 and 1736.See Object
If These Stones Could Talk
Read an excerpt from Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills's recent book, If These Stones Could Talk: African American Presence in the Hopewell Valley, Sourland Mountain and Surrounding Regions of New Jersey.Read More