A National Endowment for the Humanities
Digital Project for the Public
Presenting a fresh, dynamic way to illuminate how making choices was often fraught for people during the Revolutionary War Era.
Funded by a National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Projects for the Public Grant. Coming 2025.
The People Who Created “America’s City” (New York 1770-1800) is a special edition of History Adventures designed to immerse students and museum attendees in the world of revolutionary-era New York City.
Redefining History Education for Impact
Embark on a captivating journey through time with The People Who Created America’s City, immersing yourself in a groundbreaking digital learning experience that vividly brings revolutionary-era New York City to life. Uncover the rich tapestry of stories and significant events that played a pivotal role in shaping the metropolis during its most transformative and influential years.
Journey Through Revolutionary New York
Designed for the imaginative minds of middle and high school students, this digital adventure transcends traditional learning. It goes beyond mere reading of history; it delves into the immersive experience of it, encourages understanding of diverse perspectives, and enables engagement with the past in a manner unprecedented in educational platforms.