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This excerpt from Les Standiford describes America's growing number of grievances with its mother country and Britain's indifference to colonists' complaintsRead More
Learning to Stand and Speak
Read an excerpt of historian Mary Kelley's book Learning to Stand and Speak: Women, Education, and Public Life in America's Republic.Read More
Sentiments of a British-American Woman
Read an excerpt from Owen S. Ireland's book, Sentiments of a British-American Woman: Esther DeBerdt Reed and the American Revolution.Read More
Read the Revolution Speaker Series with Kari Winter featuring Rhonda BraceFebruary 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.Go to Event
Read an excerpt from Marla Miller who breaks through the myths and weaves Betsy Ross's life story with that of the nation's.Read More
This excerpt by William Hogeland explores the people, backroom politicking, and passions that ignited our pursuit of liberty during the American Revolution.Read More
The Declaration of Independence
This excerpt by David Armitage examines how the Declaration of Independence became a political and philosophical model for nations across the globe.Read More
Remarkable Women of New England
This excerpt from Carole Owens explores women’s various roles and responsibilities between 1754 and 1787, including those of laborers and business owners.Read More
Tempesta di Mare Artist Recital Series: Cello DuetsOctober 3, 2021 from 3-5 p.m.
Tempesta di Mare's cellists, Lisa Terry and Eve Miller, will perform virtuosic duets from the French baroque and beyond by François Couperin, Martin Berteau, Jean-Louis Duport and James Offenbach.Go to Event
Signs and Symbols of the American RevolutionDecember 15, 2021 from 7-8:30 p.m.
Educators are invited to join this free workshop as we encounter specific examples of 18th-century imagery and consider how signs and symbols can be used both as a pathway to historical content and a bridge to the contemporary era.Go to Event