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Katelyn Appiah-Kubi portrays Elizabeth Freeman wearing a blue dress with white apron and hat.

Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month and explore the stories of unsung Revolutionaries with the Museum this February.
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Museum Exhibits

Learn more about the Museum's current, upcoming, and past core and special exhibitions, including our upcoming special exhibit, Black Founders: The Forten Family of Philadelphia.
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Press Room

Read Museum press releases, view the Museum press kit, learn how to join the media list, and more.
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A Museum educator leads a school group tour through the Museum's core exhibition.

Internships

Learn more about internships at the Museum for undergraduate and graduate students.
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Patriots of Color Archive: Black and Indigenous Soldiers in the Revolutionary War

The Museum's new archive features nearly 200 rare documents bearing the names of Black and Native American soldiers who served during the Revolutionary War.
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American Flag’s Origins: A Symbol of Unity or Dissent?

Now-former Museum Chief Historian Dr. Philip Mead takes a closer look at the evolution of the American flag as a symbol during the Revolutionary era.
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Artisan Field Trip with Bookbinder Paul McClintock

Paul McClintock joins Museum Gallery Interpretation Manager Tyler Putman to discuss his work as a bookbinder using historical techniques.
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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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Citizenship Initiative Application

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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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