Made in Philadelphia
The Revolutionary War has begun and the Continental Army needs supplies! But who will make the firearms, flags and weapons required to fight the British? Philadelphia was a hub of military production. Workshops and army supply centers filled the neighborhood where the Museum is today. Discover the challenges and successes of artisans like Thomas Palmer, Jacob Eckfelt, and Rebecca Flower Young, who made the war materiel that led to victory. Join a museum educator for this 30-minute presentation followed by 15 minutes of Q&A. The event is geared toward an adult audience and this program was written for older viewers in terms of subject interest and attention span.
THIS EVENT IS VIRTUAL AND WILL TAKE PLACE ON ZOOM. YOU MUST REGISTER HERE TO BE SENT THE LINK FOR THE PROGRAM.