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Season of Independence Teacher Resources

Explore modular activities, worksheets, and more, aligned to national history standards, to help your students dig into the Season of Independence interactive.
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Big Idea 7: Drafting the Declaration

Learn about who drafted the Declaration of Independence and how they drafted the document as the Revolutionary cause hung in the balance.
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Season of Independence National Standards Alignment

Season of Independence modular activities have been designed in alignment with history standards from the National Center for History in the Schools.
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Collections Society

Learn more about the Collections Society, established to help develop the Museum’s distinguished collection that spans the scope of the Revolutionary era.
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Breaking Down Xavier della Gatta's Battle of Paoli Painting

British Army officer Richard St. George remembered Paoli as a “nocturnal bloody scene” and helped create the detailed painting of the battle.
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Coloring Pages

Explore a handful of Revolutionary-era artifacts in the Museum's collection in full color with the Museum's "Color the Collection coloring book!
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Martin Myrone: From Gainsborough to Gothic Nightmares

Watch Tate Britain curator Dr. Martin Myrone explore the extraordinary life and art of Richard St. George in its art historical context
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Public Programs

Enhance your experience with a year-round schedule of talks and performances, demonstrations and workshops designed to engage visitors on multiple levels.
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Tiffany Bacon portrays Elizabeth Freeman at the Museum of the American Revolution.
Tiffany Bacon portrays Elizabeth Freeman at the Museum of the American Revolution.

First-Person Theatrical Performances

The Museum's original first-person theatrical performances bring to life the diverse lives, perspectives, and experiences of people from the Revolutionary era.
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Art and Our Understanding of the Revolution

January 13, 2022 from 7-8:30 p.m.
Educators participating in this free workshop will learn about how imagery influences the way we think about the Revolution and how you can teach your own students to analyze artwork as part of their own investigations of the Revolutionary era.
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