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This graphic includes on the left side the words Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture 2024 featuring Dr. Richard Hass, a small image of the cover of his book called the bill of obligations, and his headshot portrait.

2024 Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture with Richard Haass

September 19, 2024, from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
New York Times bestselling author and veteran diplomat Dr. Richard Haass will join the Museum on Thursday, Sept. 19, as the distinguished lecturer for the sixth Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture.
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Tempesta Di Mare Hessian Oboe Holiday Concert Event with Matthew Skic

AmRev Presents: A Hessian Holiday Concert with Tempesta di Mare

December 28, 2021 from 6-7:30 p.m.
Join the Museum for a hybrid concert and discussion exploring the surprising German influence on early American music performed by ensemble members of Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra Tempesta di Mare.
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Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Holly Mayer September 2021

Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Holly Mayer

September 30, 2021 from 6:30-8 p.m.
Dr. Holly A. Mayer joins the Museum for a hybrid onsite and online event to kick off our 2021-22 Read the Revolution Speaker Series with a discussion on her new book, Congress's Own.
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Carl M Buchholz Memorial Lecture featuring a photo of authro Akhil Reed Amar and his book The Words that Made Us.

2023 Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture with Akhil Reed Amar

September 21, 2023, from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Join the Museum as we host Akhil Reed Amar, constitutional scholar and author of "The Words That Made Us," for the 2023 Carl M. Buchholz Memorial Lecture.
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Read the Revolution event graphic featuring author John McCurdy's headshot photograph to the right and book covers for his books Vicious and Moral as well as Quarters to the left.

Read the Revolution Speaker Series with John Gilbert McCurdy

June 6, 2024, from 6:30-8 p.m.
Author and historian Dr. John Gilbert McCurdy joins the Museum for a special presentation exploring surprising truths about LGBTQ+ history in early America to launch his latest book, Vicious and Immoral: Homosexuality, the American Revolution, and the Trials of Robert Newburgh.
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Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Kari Winter and Rhonda Brace

Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Kari Winter featuring Rhonda Brace

February 17, 2022 from 6:30-8 p.m.
Historian Dr. Kari J. Winter will discuss the rare and powerful memoir of Jeffrey Brace, an enslaved man who won his freedom through service during the Revolutionary War, before being joined by Brace descendent and family historian, Rhonda Brace.
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Read the Revolution Speaker Series graphic featuring Frederike Baer's headshot and the cover of her book on Hessians.

Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Friederike Baer

May 12, 2022 from 6:30-8 p.m.
Join Dr. Friederike Baer at the Museum for a discussion on her new book, Hessians: German Soldiers in the American Revolutionary War, as part of our Read the Revolution Speaker Series.
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Image looking up the grand staircase at the replica flags created for the True Colours Flag Project around the railings with vistors walking up and down the stairs.

Flag Day & Father's Day Weekend 2024 at the Museum

June 14-16, 2024
Join the Museum over Flag Day and Father's Day weekend to learn about flags of “all kinds of colours” from the Revolutionary era with activities and in-gallery talks for the whole family.
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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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