Virtual History Video Program: Pathway Through History; Historical Characters of the Hudson Valley | Kids & Family, Lectures & Talks | Chronogram Magazine

Kids & Family, Lectures & Talks

Virtual History Video Program: Pathway Through History; Historical Characters of the Hudson Valley

When: Through March 31

Meet some of the men and women who contributed to the history of the Hudson Valley in this costumed character short film. Makes a great "virtual field trip" for students in Grades 4 and up, too. Included: Phrenologist Orson Fowler; recollections by friends of Wappinger Native American Tribe Sachem Daniel Nimham and Abolitionist Sojourner Truth; baseball slugger “Big” Dan Brouthers and Mary, a local Suffragette; Pieter Mesier and his wife Catherine, who gives a personal account of the Wappinger Tea Party revolt which took place at the Mesier Homestead in May 1777.

Price: Free

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