|A Replic of George Washington's Headquarters Tent|
Starting on the Fourth of July and all summer long the visitors can vicariously travel in time to the War for Independence including visiting a replica of George Washington's Headquarters Tent, pictured left. On July 5 and 6th Your top secret mission enter Washington's encamoment, meet the General and is spies, then decode your own message.
It is an opportunity like no other, a chance to explore amazing artifacts from the Revolutonary era including The Declaration of Independence, a broadside from King George lll officially ending the war..
Topics through June through August are both educational and entertaining such as Revolutionary Trivia scheduled for June 12 and August 23. For example, "Do You Know What What Washington''s Favorite Breakfast Beverage Was?" You may not care one bit, but there are other tricky treats in store to learn more trivia. Getting into the right spirits, wine is included with the ticket.
|Deborah Sampson Trans Gender Warrior|
Massacsetts woman who deguisedherself as a man in order to served in the Continental Army, However, she
was one of a small number of women
with documented record of military
FIELD MUSIC ON THE MARCH also on ta, singalongs with the Hudson River Ramblers and drum corps music, and living Historians just regular folk in period costume including John Adams, who will read
the Declaration of Independence in the NYHS stately library.
|Lifing Historians Ordinary Folk and Military|
Check out exceptional 18th Century artifacts and documents. Fun all summer for everyone especially fledgling historians and a DJ party
to liven up the summer's halcyon
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