Showing 341–350 of 457 results for Women's History Month
The American Plate
Read this excerpt from Libby O'Connell's The American Plate about the role patriotism played in leading us towards our now ubiquitous coffee culture.Read More
Memories of War
In this excerpt, historian Thomas A. Chambers explores how people visited and commemorated battlefields between independence and the Civil War.Read More
The Men Who Lost America
Read an excerpt from Andrew O'Shaughnessy about the failings of ten British leaders whose actions shaped the outcome of the American Revolution.Read More
When Women Lost the Vote: Young Readers Edition
View a reading list of books for young readers inspired by our special exhibition, When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807.Read More
Read an excerpt from Anne Byrn's recipe book that journeys through America's most beloved sweet treats and historical confections.Read More
Living History: Meet the Philadelphia AssociatorsDecember 4, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Join Peale's Company of the Philadelphia Associators at the Museum as they muster to defend the Revolution in its darkest hour.Go to Event
If These Stones Could Talk
Read an excerpt from Elaine Buck and Beverly Mills's recent book, If These Stones Could Talk: African American Presence in the Hopewell Valley, Sourland Mountain and Surrounding Regions of New Jersey.Read More
Making a Bonnin and Morris Pickle Stand
Internationally recognized ceramicist Michelle Erickson recreates an early American porcelain masterwork known as a Bonnin and Morris pickle stand.Read More
AmRev Presents: Betsy Ross Beyond the Flag with American Repertory TheaterMarch 16, 2022 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Join A.R.T. and the Museum for a virtual conversation on the life, legacy, and myths of Betsy Ross with author and historian Dr. Marla Miller and actor Lenne Klingaman (Waitress National Tour).Go to Event
History Explorers Club: Mountains of Ice and Snow (Virtual)December 16, 2020 from 3:30-4:30 p.m.
Join Museum staff as we recount the story of Henry Knox's December 1775 journey to Fort Ticonderoga in New York to bring cannons back to Boston.Go to Event