The Problem of Prisoners of War in the American Revolution Virtual Lecture

Virtual Event

The Problem of Prisoners of War in the American Revolution T. Cole Jones Wednesday, February 9, 2021 at 7 PM Online - Zoom & Facebook This lecture by Cole Jones on his book "Captives of Liberty: Prisoners of War and the Politics of Vengeance in the American Revolution" will examine how the founding generation of Americans […]

Virtual Third Thursday Virtual Lecture Series: Uncovering the History of the Enslaved at Liberty Hall

Zoom Meeting

Virtual Third Thursday Virtual Lecture Series: Uncovering the History of the Enslaved Thursday, February 17 In honor of Black History Month, join Liberty Hall’s Third Thursday Lecture series and learn about the history of slavery at Liberty Hall.  Explore the historic resources that document the lives of the enslaved people who lived and worked at […]

$10

Genealogy: Using Online Resources to Research Your Family History Virutal Program

Zoom Meeting

The Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society presents a virtual Genealogy program, with special guest, Joe Hunter. Space is limited! Please register here: https://forms.gle/Tsr3kQNN8BifnVDt6 Suggested donation of $5 per person. Genealogy: Using Online Resources to Research Your Family History During these challenging times presented by the COVID pandemic, many repositories and research facilities have limited hours, resources […]

Washington: A Life in New Jersey Virtual Event

Zoom Meeting

Washington: A Life in New Jersey Wednesday, March 9, 2020, 7pm Virtual https://www.eventbrite.com/e/248216782077 https://fb.me/e/2dPrbNy4d Examine George Washington’s life and legacy in New Jersey, reading along in Ron Chernow’s Washington: A Life with a State Park Service historian in a series of virtual monthly meetings. For March 9’s meeting, we consider the formative role of the […]

Third Thursday Virtual Lecture Series: The Fight for the Right to Vote

Zoom Meeting

Thursday, March 17 Third Thursday Virtual Lecture Series: The Fight for the Right to Vote Join Liberty Hall's Third Thursday Virtual Lecture series and learn about the history of the women's suffrage campaign through the eyes of Liberty Hall's ladies. Explore how anti-suffragette movements worked to prevent the passage of the 19th amendment. Learn about […]

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Washington Crossing Historic Park Book Club: Manufacturing Independence

Zoom Meeting

In partnership with the Friends of Washington Crossing Park the March meeting of the Washington Crossing Historic Park Book Club is set for Monday, March 21, 2022 at 5:30 PM. This meeting will be held virtually using Zoom. Registration is required. To register, please visit the DCNR’s website. Zoom meeting details will be provided upon […]

Abigail, Annis & Founding Era Female Leaders: An Evening with Woody Holton

Zoom Meeting

MARCH 22, 6:30 p.m.Abigail, Annis & Founding Era Female Leaders: An Evening with Woody Holton Morven Museum55 Stockton Street, Princeton(609) 924-8144 | morven.org Celebrate Women's History Month at an entertaining lecture with one of the preeminent scholars on women leaders of the Revolutionary era The heroines of the American Revolution are underappreciated, yet their stories are […]

Stories of Slavery in New Jersey Zoom Program

Zoom Meeting

Join us for a lecture on Slavery in New Jersey, based on primary sources. "Rick Geffken synthesizes a broad range of historical resources to reconstruct the processes of enslavement in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries in a variety of small communities in New Jersey." March 24, 7pm https://www.bergencountyhistory.org/event-details/stories-of-slavery-in-new-jersey-zoom-talk-with-historian-rick-geffken

Third Thursday Virtual Lecture Series: High Tea at Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall Museum 1003 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ

Thursday, April 21 Third Thursday Virtual Lecture Series: High Tea at Liberty Hall Join Liberty Hall's Third Thursday lecture, and, in the grand tradition of Mary Alice's high teas at her historic home, enjoy a delectable lecture that covers 4,000 years of tea history. Discover how tea was accidentally discovered in early China. Explore how […]

$10

The Quaker Conundrum: Controversies in the American Revolution and Early Republic

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During the Revolutionary War era, many Quakers focused on the abolition of slavery, pressuring Friends who continued to enslave those of African descent. In this online program, Kimberly McCarty, Washington Crossing Historic Park curator, will draw on correspondence between two men named Ennion Williams, both Pennsylvania Quakers, who found themselves in direct conflict with some […]

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