Teacher Workshop Women in the Era of the American Revolution 22 February 2017 to 23 February 2017 Registration fee: $40 (free for students)

Study the revolution through the words and artifacts of the women who lived it. Women were vital consumers (and boycotters) of imported goods, and they functioned as heads of household while their male family members served in the military or traveled on political missions. We will explore the daily lives of these revolutionary women, including those who served as soldiers and secret agents, or followed the army as cooks and laundresses. The program fee includes a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts.

This program is open to K-12 educators. Teachers can earn 45 PDPs and 2 graduate credits (for an additional fee).

Please email education@masshist.org or call 617-646-0557 for more information or to register.

Image: The Female Review: or, Memoirs of an American Young Lady ...  Frontispiece including an engraved portrait of Deborah Sampson. Dedham, [MA]: printed by Nathaniel and Benjamin Heaton, 1797.