September 8, 2019

Finding Freedom: Andrew

This is Andrew. He was a boy of 15 when he and his father were drafted into the American Army. Andrew’s experience is one of five real stories of African American men and women featured in the Museum’s touchscreen interactive exhibit “Finding Freedom: African Americans in Wartime Virginia.” More

April 19, 2019

A Shoemaking and Calceology Study Trip

Damian Niescior is an educator at the Museum. From 2015-2016 he was employed at Fort Ticonderoga, where he learned how to make shoes for the interpretive staff, and he has continued to hone his trade for the guests at the Museum. Recently, Damian was able to expand on that knowledge at Fort Ligonier, thanks to support from Museum and a fellow shoemaker, Brett Walker. More

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August 6, 2018

Celebrating Gerry Lenfest

The Museum of the American Revolution mourns the loss of our Chairman Emeritus, H.F. (Gerry) Lenfest, we take heart in remembering the tremendous... More

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