Author’s Talk Glorious Lessons: John Trumbull, Painter of the American Revolution

The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States +1 more

Drawing on his new book, historian and biographer Richard Brookhiser focuses our attention on the complicated life and legacy of Trumbull, whose paintings portrayed both the struggle and principles that distinguished America’s founding moment.

Free

Read the Revolution: Vicious and Immoral with John Gilbert McCurdy

Museum of the American Revolution 101 S 3rd St, Philidelphia, PA, United States

Join author and historian Dr. John Gilbert McCurdy at the Museum on Thursday, June 6, for a special presentation exploring surprising truths about LGBTQ+ history in early America.

Free

Resolve & Revolution

Merchant Park 3944 Cameron Street, Dumfries, VA, United States

In June 1774, Prince William County citizens protested the British parliament’s passage of the “Intolerable Acts” by drafting and signing the Prince William Resolves. Commemorate this momentous step towards independence by attending a free family-friendly program marking the 250th anniversary.

Free

The Revolutionary War Conference 250 in the Mohawk Valley

The Fort Plain Museum & Historical Park 389 Canal Street, Fort Plain, NY, United States

Join our friends at the Fort Plain Museum and Historical Park for their annual conference loaded with the top historians regarding the American War for Independence and a One-of-a-Kind Bus Tour of Revolutionary Schenectady and Johnstown!

$110 – $140

Lunch Bite—A ca. 1834 Model of HMS Roebuck

Virtual

Museum Collections and Operations Manager at the American Revolution Institute Paul Newman discusses a ca. 1834 model of HMS Roebuck, a forty-four-gun British frigate that saw extensive service during the American Revolutionary War.

Free

John Y. Wind Artist Talks & Philadelphia Freedom Band Performance

Museum of the American Revolution 101 S 3rd St, Philidelphia, PA, United States

On Saturday, June 22, the Museum will host a special musical performance by the Philadelphia Freedom Band and artist talks in conjunction with "Whiskey Rebellion," a special installation by contemporary artist John Y. Wind on display in the second-floor Oneida Indian Nation Atrium throughout June.

Free

Lecture—Lord Dunmore’s War

The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States +1 more

Historian Glenn F. Williams describes the course and importance of Dunmore’s War by correcting the folklore concerning the war and frontier fighting in general.

Free

Panel Discussion—Waging War in America: Operational Challenges of Armies During the American Revolution

The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States

Presented by the American Revolution Institute, Historian Don Hagist moderates a panel of contributors to the recent anthology Waging War in America 1775-1783, exploring the significant operational challenges faced by American, Loyalist, French and German forces during the Revolution.

Free