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William Floyd's House of Revolution
   
William Floyd's House of Revolution

July 4, 2013 to January 30, 2014

Fraunces Tavern® Museum | Messick Gallery | 54 Pearl Street, 2nd Floor | New York City  10004
(212) 425-1778 | Directions | Subway:  N, R, 1, 4 and 5 | Museum Website | Admission/Hours | Press Release
   
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Watch Where George Washington Got Drunk, a light-hearted intro to Fraunces Tavern® by Custom Nation

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This exhibit debuts 20 photographs from the first artistic collection documenting the Old Mastic House, which is part of the Fire Island National Seashore and is the home of William Floyd, an American revolutionary and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.  The exhibit includes documents and other artifacts pertaining to Floyd and his great grandson, Frederick Tallmadge.

The Fraunces Tavern® Museum, a complex of five buildings with nine galleries, is where George Washington bade farewell to the officers of the Continental Army.  The museum houses an extensive collection of Revolutionary War era artifacts.  Free guided tours are available on the weekends.  See the exhibit, then experience William Floyd's Old Mastic House in person.  Read more at my blog.
   
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