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Lecture: “Oh, Those Tea Parties” by Suzanne Adair

Date/Time

March 10, 2019
02:00 PM

Description

During the American Revolution, patriot men wantonly destroyed tea to make a statement to the British. Patriot women also used tea to communicate with the British—but in a more subtle fashion.  In celebration of Women’s History Month, Suzanne Adair, author of an award-winning mystery series set during the American Revolution in North Carolina, discusses how ladies’ tea parties in the Old North State underscored the ways that women of the Revolution controlled the economy and blindsided the British. 

Cost

$16 general public; $11 members and students

Location

View map Mordecai Historic Site Visitor Center
1101 Wake Forest Road
Raleigh, NC

Additional Information

Sponsor

Joel Lane Museum House

Phone

(919) 833-3431

Contact name

Lanie Hubbard

Contact email

joellane@bellsouth.net

Ages:

All ages

Town:

Raleigh

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Lecture: “Oh, Those Tea Parties” by Suzanne Adair

Date/Time

March 10, 2019
02:00 PM

Description

During the American Revolution, patriot men wantonly destroyed tea to make a statement to the British. Patriot women also used tea to communicate with the British—but in a more subtle fashion.  In celebration of Women’s History Month, Suzanne Adair, author of an award-winning mystery series set during the American Revolution in North Carolina, discusses how ladies’ tea parties in the Old North State underscored the ways that women of the Revolution controlled the economy and blindsided the British. 

Cost

$16 general public; $11 members and students

Location

View map Mordecai Historic Site Visitor Center
1101 Wake Forest Road
Raleigh, NC

Additional Information

Sponsor

Joel Lane Museum House

Phone

(919) 833-3431

Contact name

Lanie Hubbard

Contact email

joellane@bellsouth.net

Ages:

All ages

Town:

Raleigh

We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.

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