Mr. President vs. “Mrs. President”: A Debate between Abigail and John Adams

The Haddon Fortnightly 301 Kings Highway, East Haddonfield, NJ

Abigail Adams was an educated, upper-class woman whose well-articulated opinions on government, politics and life influenced at least two American presidents: her husband, President John Adams, and her son, President […]


The Turncoat’s Widow

Washington Headquarters Museum at Morristown NHP 30 Washington Place, Morristown, NJ

Author Mally Becker will talk about her award-winning novel The Turncoat's Widow which is set primarily in and around Morristown, New York, and the Ford Mansion. Washington's Headquarters Museum. Seating Limited, first-come, first-served.

SAR Monday Book Talk

Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville Chapel 2688 Main Street, Lawrenceville, NJ

Quest Speaker Eli Merritt DISUNION AMONG OURSELVES The Perilous Politics of the American Revolution In this eye-opening account, Eli Merritt reveals the deep political divisions that almost tore the Union apart during the American Revolution. So fractious were the founders’ political fights that they feared the War of Independence might end in disunion and civil […]

Washington Crossing American Revolution Round Table: The Battle of Germantown

Zoom Meeting

Michael C. Harris, author of Germantown: A Military History of the Battle for Philadelphia, October 4, 1777 and Brandywine, A Military History of the Battle that Lost Philadelphia but Saved America, September 11, 1777, will talk about his book on the Battle of Germantown and its significance.  For a Zoom link to the meeting, please […]

Archeology in the Park

Washington Headquarters Museum at Morristown NHP 30 Washington Place, Morristown, NJ

Monmouth University professor and archaeologist Dr. Richard Veit will present a talk and slideshow on some of the work he has recently performed within Morristown NHP and some of the exciting finds excavated by him and his team. Seating limited, first-come, first-served.

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