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Catch “Liberty Fever” – the museum’s award-winning introductory film – shown every 30 minutes throughout the day in the theater.
In 1774 Patriots in Hanover, Pennsylvania, resolved to fight for their rights if necessary, proclaiming that, “Our cause we leave to heaven and our rifles.” • “Revolution” traces the war from the Battles of Lexington and Concord in 1775 to victory at Yorktown in 1781 and the aftermath, and examines the motivations for American perseverance.
Placed in the center of this part of the gallery is an exhibit on the Declaration of Independence, which includes a very early printing of this document.
Recent acquisitions, all selected to illustrate specific exhibit themes, include such iconic artifacts as a Declaration of Independence broadside dating to July 1776; a June 1776 Pennsylvania Gazette printing of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, which directly influenced the composition of the U. Declaration of Independence; an official portrait of King George III in his coronation robes; an eagle-pommel sword inscribed with the year 1776 and the name of its owner; one of the earliest known portraits done from life of an African who had been enslaved in the British colonies that became the United States; and a first edition of Phillis Wheatley’s 1773 “Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral,” the first book to be published by an African American.
The new galleries engage visitors in the tumult, drama and promise of the American Revolution through firsthand encounters with objects made and used by people of the period and an array of sensory experiences – re-created immersive environments, dioramas, interactive exhibits, video presentations and an experiential theater.
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Hundreds of objects in the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation’s diverse American Revolution collection of military equipment, maps, paintings, engravings, furnishings and personal effects are exhibited in the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown permanent exhibition galleries.
• “The New Nation” outlines the challenges faced by the United States in the 1780s – weak government under the Articles of Confederation, the unstable postwar economy and new social tensions – culminating with the creation of the Constitution as a framework for the future.
“In Europe, charters of liberty have been granted by power,” said James Madison, chief author of the Bill of Rights. of charters of power granted by liberty.” A film depicts the resolution of many national issues through the Constitution, while others, such as slavery, are delayed for future generations.
Five major themes are presented: • “The British Empire and America” examines the geography, demography, culture and economy of America prior to the Revolution and the political relationship with Britain.
This relationship was set on a perilous course by Britain’s determination to exercise greater control over the colonies after the conclusion of the French and Indian War in 1763.
An experiential theater transports visitors to the Yorktown battlefield in 1781, with wind, smoke and the thunder of cannon fire.