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Gratz Family Case at the Museum

Now on View: Gratz Family Artifacts Exploring American Jewish Life in Philadelphia

Learn more about the recently installed case full of artifacts related to faithful founders Barnard and Michael Gratz to explore American Jewish life in Revolutionary-era Philadelphia.
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Now on View: Five Years of Collecting the American Revolution

Take a closer look at a number of Revolutionary era objects acquired and collected by the Museum through our first five years.
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A display of five historic handkerchiefs in the Museum's second-floor atrium display case.

Now on View: New Display of Historic Handkerchiefs is "Nothing to Sneeze At"

Learn more about early, rare printed handkerchiefs along with the symbolism they held in a new display at the Museum of the American Revolution in historic Philadelphia.
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In the News: 1774 Newspaper Printing of Phillis Wheatley's Letter Rebuking Slavery

A searing rebuke of slavery and a soaring defense of human equality, a 1774 newspaper printing of a letter written by African American poet Phillis Wheatley is now part of the Museum's collection.
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Remembering Dr. Edith P. Mitchell

The Museum of the American Revolution mourns the loss of Board Member Dr. Edith P. Mitchell.
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Remembering Gary Nash

We join with so many in the history community to remember Dr. Gary Nash, a founding member of the Museum’s board of scholars during the early planning phase of the project.
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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.
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Remembering David McCullough

We mourn the loss of Pulitzer-Prize winning author David McCullough.
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A display in the Museum's final gallery dedicated to the preservation of James Forten and Betsy Ross's memory.

Now on View: New Display on Betsy Ross, James Forten, and American Memory

Take a closer look at objects related to the legacies of Elizabeth Griscom Ross Ashburn Claypoole, popularly known as Betsy Ross, and James Forten that are now on display in the final gallery of the Museum's core exhibition.
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Museum to Support Ukraine in Partnership with Historic District Sites

The Museum will donate 100 percent of admissions proceeds from Saturday, March 19 to UNICEF to support its efforts to deliver aid in Ukraine.
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