Thomas Stone National Historic Site, Exhibit #2

Thomas Stone National Historic Site
Exhibit 2
Port Tobacco, MD

Exhibit: May 1 – August 31, 2017

Art due: March 15, 2017

Theme: “Point of View”

Theme summary:
Prior to and during the American Revolution, those who favored emancipation from England were considered to be either traitors or patriots. To King George, those individuals were traitors. There were also a number of people in the American Colonies who supported the King and shared his opinion.

On the other hand, there was a growing group of those in the Colonies who were firmly convinced that revolution and freedom from English rule was in their best interest. Those people called themselves patriots.

So whether you were a traitor or patriot depended on your point of view. How has point of view influenced how you or others see the world?

View Thomas Stone NHS exhibit #1 images on Flickr at https://flic.kr/s/aHsknUGiqu.

Exhibit location: Thomas Stone National Historic Site, 6655 Rosehill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677, www.nps.gov/thst/

Exhibit organizer: IFC Project’s The Dream Rocket Project. If you have any interest in learning more about this program email Jennifer@thedreamrocket.com.