Colonel George Washington, a burgess from Fairfax, and Clementina Rind, public printer, reflect on the last war with the French and how it has affected each of their lives and the business of government that they are responsible for now. This event has limited seating due to social distancing. Please arrive early to secure a seat.
Dates & Times
The Sword and the Press
American Indian Life Series
A different program each day will examine a specific aspect of American Indian history, society, and role in the American story.
My Story; My Voice
Witness a compelling story from the life of an 18th century person, and then hear from the actor interpreter as they share how they discover and bring to life a voice from the past
The Only Unavoidable Subject of Regret
Join Mrs. Washington in December of 1799 as she comes to terms with the General’s Last Will and Testament, and hear from George Washington on his evolution on slavery.
Art Museums Admission