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Dr. John Gilbert McCurdy speaks to the Read the Revolution crowd at the Museum during a Q&A with Dr. R. Scott Stephenson.

Read the Revolution with John Gilbert McCurdy

Historian and author Dr. John Gilbert McCurdy joined the Museum in June 2024 for the launch of his book, Vicious and Immoral: Homosexuality, the American Revolution, and the Trials of Robert Newburgh.
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Finding Freedom: Teacher Resources

Access modular activities and ready-made worksheets to help your students dig deeper into the stories of people of African descent in the colonial and Revolutionary Eras in the Finding Freedom digital interactive.
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Unit 3: Timelining Independence

Introduce students to the events leading up to independence, helping them place the spring and summer of 1776 within a larger context of political/diplomatic and military events that would shape decision-making.
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Makers Reflect on the True Colours Flag Project

Hear from the makers and seamstresses who brought a "suit of colours," a full set of flags carried by ships during the Revolutionary War, to life for the Museum's True Colours Flag Project.
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A photo of the Museum's wall of photographs of the Revolutionary generation who survived the Revolutionary War and lived into the age of photography.

Pension Project

The Museum's Pension Project asks veterans to reflect on similarities and differences between their service and that of people over two centuries ago by pairing Revolutionary War pensions with today's generation of veterans.
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8 Pumpkin Carving Stencils for a Revolutionary Halloween

Download the full printable PDF version of the Museum's Halloween pumpkin carving stencils.
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Rhonda Brace (left), a descendent of Jeffrey Brace, who was enslaved during the Revolutionary era, found freedom, and wrote a memoir in 1810, which was republished in 2004 by Kari Winter (right).

Read the Revolution with Kari Winter featuring Rhonda Brace

Watch Dr. Kari J. Winter's February 2022 discussion about her 2004 edited edition of The Blind African Slave: Memoirs of Boyrereau Brinch, Nicknamed Jeffrey Brace by Jeffrey Brace as told to Benjamin F. Prentiss, Esq. (1810).
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Terms & Conditions

View the full terms and conditions of use that pertain to the Museum's website, amrevmuseum.org.
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Finding Freedom Timeline

View a timeline of important dates and years from the Museum's Finding Freedom interactive feature.
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Richard St. George’s Life and Death

Discover more about the life and death of Irish soldier and artist, Richard St. George.
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