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Read this excerpt from Gary Nash that details generations of free blacks as they pursued a secure and dignified existence based on self-employment.Read More
Financial Founding Fathers
This excerpt by authors Robert Wright and David Cowen reveals how Robert Morris brought order to the early American economy and created the first national bank.Read More
Deborah Sampson Unveiled: A Virtual ConversationApril 7, 2021 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Explore the life and dress of Deborah Sampson, who disguised herself as a man to fight in the Revolutionary War, in a discussion co-presented by American Repertory Theater featuring A.R.T.'s Sarah Schofield-Mansur as moderator, 1776 costume designer Emilio Sosa, author and Sampson descendent Alex Myers, and the Museum's Tyler Putman.Go to Event
AmRev Presents: Set Sail with the True Colours Flag ProjectAugust 10, 2021 from 6-7:15 p.m.
Join the Museum as we take our True Colours Flag Project to the waterfront of Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland in partnership with the Center for Environment & Society at Washington College.Go to Event
Father's Day Weekend: Revolution in Miniatures Presented by the Artist Preservation GroupJune 18-19, 2022
During Father’s Day Weekend at the Museum, visitors can explore displays of miniature figures and scenes from the Revolutionary era created by approximately 50 painters and sculptors.Go to Event
"Remember the Ladies": A New Choral Work by Melissa Dunphy
In March 2021, composer Melissa Dunphy joined the Museum for the choral world premiere of “Remember the Ladies,” featuring Abigail Adams's famous letter set for an a cappella chorus, performed by PhilHarmonia.Read More
First Oval Office Project
Learn more about the Museum's handsewn, full-scale replica of General George Washington's mobile Revolutionary War headquarters tents.Read More
The New Jersey Exception in Six Documents (Virtual)December 8, 2020 from 7-8:30 p.m.
In this free workshop, teachers will analyze primary sources and their historical contexts from our special exhibit, When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807.Go to Event
A Revolution in Eating
This excerpt from James McWilliams shows how the first American cookbook in 1796 led to introducing American recipes alongside the traditional British onesRead More
This excerpt from Kathleen DuVal sets the stage for the American Revolution on the Gulf Coast and tells stories that give international perspectivesRead More