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Museum of the American Revolution

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  • Established in 2000
  • Non Profit view similiar »
  • Located in Philadelphia County
  • 11 Full-Time Employees

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Establishing the first national museum--the Museum of the American Revolution--in the historic area of Philadelphia, just steps from Independence Hall.

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  • Member Since 2009

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Museum of the American Revolution Names Three New Members to Board of Directors

Posted to Announcement by Ms. Jennifer Dionisio of Museum of the American Revolution at 11:25 AM

PHILADELPHIA, November 11, 2013 –At its September 10, 2013 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Museum of the American Revolution elected Lewis Katz, Director of the Katz Foundation, and Bennett P. Lomax, President and CEO of The Lomax Companies, as new members of the Board. Governor Edward G. Rendell, former Governor of Pennsylvania and Mayor of Philadelphia, was elected earlier this year. “These new Board members will further our mission to engage a broad public in the understanding of the American Revolution and its ongoing legacy,” said H.F. “Gerry” Lenfest, Chairman.

For more information, please read the official announcement: http://ow.ly/qHyvA

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Jodi Daynard Reception and Reading

Posted to Event by Ms. Jennifer Dionisio of Museum of the American Revolution at 1:52 PM

The Museum of the American Revolution
cordially invites you to a reading and presentation by Jodi Daynard, author of "The Midwife's Revolt."

"The Midwife's Revolt" follows 18th-century midwife Lizzie Boylston's path from grieving widowhood after Bunker Hill to her dangerous work as a spy for the American side. "The Midwife's Revolt" was described by "Publisher's Weekly" as "a charming, unexpected, and decidedly different view of the Revolutionary War."

Join us for a wine and cheese reception, followed by the author's presentation, at the beautiful Rittenhouse Square headquarters of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Thursday, November 14, 2013
NSCDA/PA Headquarters
1630 Latimer Street, Philadelphia PA

5:00 p.m. Wine and Cheese Reception
6:00 p.m. Program and Discussion

FREE, Please RSVP at events@AmRevMuseum.org

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