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Join us for an exciting set of virtual programs offered by the Museum of the American Revolution. Each program in “A Revolutionary Series” examines aspects of our culture during and after the Revolutionary War through museum exhibits and artifacts, tying together history and the modern day. The programs are presented by a museum educator and include a question-and-answer session.

You must register for each program individually. A link to join the program will be emailed to you prior to the event. In order to attend, you need to have Zoom downloaded, but you do not need to have an account.

These programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Burlington County Library, Inc.

Revolutionary Women Writing about War 
Oct. 14, 7 pm to 7:45 pm
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Explore the stories of women, the sides they chose and how they contributed during and after the war, with individual accounts highlighted in artifacts such as travel diaries.

Then and Now: Military Families During the Revolution and Today 
Oct. 21, 7 pm to 7:45pm
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Examine the important role of military families, their lives, contributions and sacrifices while at work, comparing experiences between the Revolutionary War and today.

When Women Lost the Vote 
Oct. 28, 7 pm to 8 pm
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Learn about the little-known history of how, over a century before the 19th Amendment in 1920, women in New Jersey were legally allowed to vote before having their rights stripped away from them.

A Virtual Tour of the Museum of the American Revolution
Nov. 4, 7 pm to 8 pm
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Enjoy a tour of the main museum galleries and learn how soldiers, women, African-Americans, Native Americans, children and others experienced the war through stories and objects they left behind.