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Special Veteran’s Day Edition: Virtual Talk with the Museum of the American Revolution. Join us as a museum educator leads us in discussion around "Then and Now: Military Families during the Revolution and Today." Military families have always played an important role in supporting those fighting on the front lines. During the Revolutionary War, they raised children, worked with the armies on campaign, held down the home-front, made supplies, and raised funds. Explore the stories of the women and children who supported the military on and off the battlefield and learn how their experiences compare to military families today.
This is a one-time event and will not be recorded. Seats are limited; if you register and can’t attend, please cancel your registration so that anyone on the waiting list may attend.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Museum’s event link.
This event is a part of GMercyU's new Griffin @ Home Series. We are lining up GMercyU alumni, faculty and staff to share their expertise and we hope that you will tune in to experience the offerings…virtually. Check out the full listing here!