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Please join us for lunch and compelling discussion with one of our fellows, as they present their findings and their research at the George Washington Presidential Library.


Upcoming Events

Brown Bag Lunch featuring Research Fellow Lindsey M. Fisher-Hunt

August 8, 2024 — 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. George Washington Presidential Library

Bring your lunch and learn about Library Fellow Lindsey M. Fisher-Hunt's research project, Mapping Their Influence: The Widespread Reach of the Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association. This project explores the deep social, educational, and familial connections between women of the postbellum world and how they used those connections to save not just George Washington’s house, but historic sites across the Atlantic World. Created as both a digital history project for students and a coffee table book for a general audience, this work of public history will visualize the soft power that postbellum women utilized to create a culture of historic preservation across the United States and beyond.

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Brown Bag Lunch featuring Research Fellow Sally Hadden

August 14, 2024 — 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. George Washington Presidential Library

The U.S. Supreme Court has a history stretching back far earlier than 1787. Its English, colonial, Revolutionary, and even Confederation era forebears influenced the court's creators when they met in muggy Philadelphia to design America's new government system. Learn more about governors' councils in this event devoted to our judicial history.

Bring your lunch and learn about Library Fellow Sally Hadden's research project, One Supreme Court.

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