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    Lecture: Washingtons Face: What did the Average Citizen See?
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    Lecture:  Washingtons Face: What did the Average Citizen See?
    At the start of the Revolutionary War, almost any fictitious image could pass as a portrait of an American hero, but George Washington as commander-in-chief warranted extra efforts. From the start...
    Lecture: American Prisoners of War in the Revolutionary South
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    Lecture: American Prisoners of War in the Revolutionary South
    Carol P. Borick, director of the Charleston Museum and author of Relieve us of this Burthen: American Prisoners of War in the Revolutionary South, discusses the fates of nearly 6,000 men captured...
    Lecture: Archaeology at Parkers Revenge
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    Lecture: Archaeology at Parkers Revenge
    Meg Watters, president of Visual Environment Solutions, LLC, and one of the nation's leading historical archaeologists, discusses how new archaeological methods are helping to reconstruct the...
    Lecture: Bernardo de Galvez and the Spanish Involvement in the American Revolution, by Gonzalo M. Quintero Saravia
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    Lecture: Bernardo de Galvez and the Spanish Involvement in the American Revolution, by Gonzalo M. Quintero Saravia
    Gonzalo M. Quintero Saravia, historian, examines the life of Bernardo de Gálvez, the governor of Spanish Louisiana and commander of the Spanish forces along the Gulf Coast during the Revolutionary...
    Lecture: George Washingtons Diamond Eagle
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    Lecture: George Washingtons Diamond Eagle
    Lecture: George Washington's Diamond Eagle
    Lecture: George Washingtons Monument
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    Lecture: George Washingtons Monument
    Celebrate George Washington's birthday by exploring the history of monuments to our first president, including one of the most recognizable monuments in the nation. The lecture features National...
    Lecture: Pierre LEnfant, New York City, and Americas First Monument
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    Lecture: Pierre LEnfant, New York City, and Americas First Monument
    It is not well known that the French architect Pierre-Charles L'Enfant, before working with President George Washington on the design of the nation's capital, lived in New York City. Here his gifts...
    Lecture: Revolutionary War Heroes in the Art of the U.S. Capitol
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    Lecture: Revolutionary War Heroes in the Art of the U.S. Capitol
    When:October 16, 2013 6 p.m.Where:Anderson House...
    Lecture: The American Revolution in the Caribbean
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    Lecture: The American Revolution in the Caribbean
    There were 26, not 13, colonies in British America in 1776, and the majority of the colonies outside the mainland were in the Caribbean. Even though they shared many important similarities and...
    Lecture: The Fabulous George Washington and His Cherry Tree
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    Lecture: The Fabulous George Washington and His Cherry Tree
    Join Executive Director Jack Warren, an authority on the young George Washington, for a special presentation exploring the most famous fable of Washington's childhood from its origins through more...
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