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Unit 1: Researching the Revolution

This unit provides opportunities for students to analyze and understand the importance of research in the study of history using the example of artist Don Troiani.
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Unit 4: James Forten and Entrepreneurs of African Descent

The purpose of this unit is to have students consider the importance of businessmen and women of African descent during the decades after the Revolutionary War.
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Image Requests & Reproductions

Secure permission for the use of high-quality images of pieces from the Museum's collection.
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This image shows two adolescent males, in military costume, enjoying a digital feature in Revolution Place.

Library Pass Program

Learn more about the Library Pass Program, which permits patrons of participating libraries to visit the Museum free of charge.
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image of red, which, and blue fabric, a white bonnet, scissors, thread, and other flag making tools.

Betsy Ross Beyond the Flag with American Repertory Theater

Watch this March 2022 event hosted by American Repertory Theater and the Museum for a conversation exploring Betsy Ross’s influence on the cultural memory of women’s contributions to the American Revolution.
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Big Idea 3: Timelining Independence

Which events over the course of a decade shaped the revolutionary decision-making of the colonists?
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Season of Independence Timeline

View a timeline of important dates and years from the Museum's Season of Independence interactive feature.
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Archaeological dig at the Museum

Archaeology at the Museum Discovery Cart

View a sample of the artifacts found during the archaeological dig at the site of the Museum of the American Revolution in Old City, Philadelphia, prior to construction.
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Meet The Revolution Kalela Williams

Meet the Revolution

Learn more about our Meet the Revolution series of costumed living history programs that explore the voices, viewpoints, and experiences of the diverse people of the Revolutionary era.
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The Boston Liberty Tree is in the middle of the Becoming Revolutionaries gallery. Guests explore the gallery.

Revolution Society & George Washington Council

Contributions from modern patriots enable the Museum to care for our collection and offer educational programs to engage every generation.
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