Living in NJ, we know
Living in NJ, we know a lot about our role in the American Revolution, but what about our neighbors? Tune in to learn more about Philadelphia’s role in the Revolution from the Museum of the American Revolution. Eighteenth-century Philadelphia was a complex place
where global trade brought new goods and new ideas to the people who became revolutionaries. Follow one artifact — a punchbowl uncovered in an archaeological dig on site of the Museum of the American Revolution — on a virtual tour of the city, and find yourself in market stalls, coffeehouses, illegal taverns, churches, and the halls of government.
(Monday) 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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