The Last Muster: Images of a Revolutionary War Generation was exhibited in association with The Shot Heard Round the World: April 19, 1775. These photographic portraits of people who lived through the American Revolution and survived into the age of photography were uncovered by “photo detective” Maureen Taylor.
Massachusetts Historical Society
The Coming of the American Revolution, 1764-1776, is explored through the lives and events recorded in newspapers, official documents and personal correspondence from the wide-ranging MHS collection.
Minute Man National Historical ParkAt Minute Man National Historical Park, the Battles of Lexington and Concord are brought to life through the preservation, restoration and interpretation of significant sites from “that famous day and year” when Colonists took up arms in defense of liberty and touched off the American Revolution.
Museum of Fine Arts
Paul Revere, by John Singleton Copley
American Antiquarian Society
The Illustrated Inventory of Paul Revere’s works at the American Antiquarian Society
Museum of the American Revolution
The Museum’s rich collection of objects, art, manuscripts, and printed works has been assembled over the past century, beginning with the 1909 purchase of General George Washington’s sleeping tent (or marquee) from Mary Custis Lee, Martha Washington’s great, great granddaughter.
Fort Ticonderoga holds one of North America’s premier collections of 18th-century military material culture. The exhibits contain thousands of objects and tell thousands of stories, narrating the history of Fort Ticonderoga.
American Archives offers scholars, students, and lifetime learners unprecedented new access to important primary source materials of the American Revolution 1774-1776.
The Buzz at the Hive
The Hive is a series of year round programs and lectures on 18thcentury life held at Minuteman National Historical Park in Lexington, Massachusetts.