Virtual Special Event: Revolutionary Book Club @OldPointComfort
The Fort Monroe Authority and the National Park Service invite you to join the inaugural Revolutionary Book Club @ Old Point Comfort. We will explore the history of the American Revolution and notions of freedom shaping the nation. Please join us for a virtual salon each Friday, July 9th through the 30th, as we gather and discuss the book Someone Knows My Name by Lawrence Hill. Stay tuned as we announce historians and special guests who will comment on the text and history of the making of America.
This event takes place virtually on Fridays at 7 PM EST
Signing up once registers you for all 4 evenings of the Book Club.
Week 1: July 9th
Week 2: July 16th
Week 3: July 23rd
Week 4: July 30th
Show your registration verification at the Fort Monroe Visitor and Education Center during operating hours, Friday – Sunday and receive a complimentary copy of the book from the Fort Monroe partnership (while supplies last).
Revolutionary Book Club is a collaboration between:
Fort Monroe Authority
Fort Monroe National Monument
National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program
Tuskegee Institute National Park, Richmond National Battlefield
Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site
Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
Carter G. Woodson National Historic Site
Mary McLeod Bethune Home Council House National Historic Site
in discussion of revolutionary ideas
and historical events that shaped America.
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