The When Women Lost the Vote: A Revolutionary Story, 1776-1807 is a groundbreaking new exhibit that will open at the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia
They Were Good Soldiers is a book of recollections about African-American men who served during the Revolutionary War. Author John U. Rees focuses on those who were in the Continental Army.
“Many children were swept up in the drama of the American Revolution,” explained Dr. Elizabeth Grant, the director of education at the immersive the Museum of the American Revolution
The kids who visit the new Revolution Place, opening June 9, in the year-old Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia can do laundry in an army camp as well as get news just like from the "internet"