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

when: Mar. 10, 2019

Please contact the Joel Lane Museum House with the names of those who will attend. Nametags will serve as tickets.

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

Time: Sunday, March 10, 2019, 2:00 pm

Location: Mordecai Historic Site Visitor Center, 1101 Wake Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 27604. Parking is available on Cedar and Mimosa Streets, with handicapped spots on both. Cedar is closest to the Visitor Center, but it’s a short, pleasant walk through the park from Mimosa Street.

Admission: $16 General Public; $11 Members and Students, by contacting the Joel Lane Museum House or at Eventbrite.com

Contact Information: tel: (919) 833-3431; email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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. Join us for snacks and—of course—tea!

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. 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.

Tickets available here.


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