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The centerpiece of Revolutionary Summer is a replica of George Washington’s Headquarters Tent, on display in New-York Historical’s outdoor courtyard on select weekends. Image courtesy of Museum of the American Revolution

Often called the “first Oval Office,” the Headquarters Tent was where Washington and his most trusted staff plotted the strategy that ultimately won the Revolutionary War. Image courtesy of Museum of the American Revolution

On loan from MoAR, this painstakingly detailed, hand-sewn replica—made of custom woven linen and wool fabrics—was created as part of a collaboration between MoAR and Colonial Williamsburg. Image courtesy of Museum of the American Revolution

Judith Kalaora of History At Play portrays Deborah Sampson—the woman who disguised her gender to enlist in the Continental Army. Image courtesy of History At Play

Fife musicians from the 22nd Regiment Foot parade outside New-York Historical. Image courtesy of New-York Historical Society

Historical reenactors from the 3rd New Jersey Regiment – Jersey Greys demonstrate a military drill. Image courtesy of New York Historical Society

Various summer events explore fascinating Revolutionary topics at New-York Historical. Image courtesy of Ponvishal Chidambaranathan

Throughout the summer, millennial-focused programs dive into the past as guests drink and mingle. Image courtesy of Ponvishal Chidambaranathan

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