Jul 11, 2023
7:00 pm — 8:00 pm
In the years immediately following the American Revolution, the young United States had to figure out who they were on an international stage and did so through treaties, trade, diplomacy, and both neutrality and war with other countries. How did America emerge in the world following independence? How did American leaders view our future as a world power? With which nations did we get along? With which did we not? Join Preservation Virginia’s John Marshall House in an exploration of American diplomacy in the early years of the United States, shaping our young nation, and the role future Chief Justice John Marshall played in it all.
Pre-registration is required and admission is $5/device; Preservation Virginia members attend for free with checkout code, “PVMEMBER”. Not a member? Join today!