The museum's former director, John Pearce, recently received a prestigious History Award from the National Society of the Daughters of the American
Free Podcast on “James Monroe at the Battle of Trenton.”
Earlier this fall, Charlottesville-based historian Rick Britton gave a series of lectures entitled "Virginia History 201: Jefferson, Madison and
Quantico Marine Corps Band to give a free concert at JMM!
We are excited to announce that one of the small ensembles of the Quantico Marine Corps Band will give a free concert in our courtyard on Saturday,
Fort Monroe designated National Monument
We are excited to learn that President Obama has signed an executive order making Fort Monroe in Hampton, Va. the nation's newest National Monument
“Founding Gardeners” this Friday!
We still have some tickets available to Andrea Wulf's talk and book-signing this Friday (November 4). Send us an e-mail or call us at 540/654-1123 to
November 2011 E-Newsletter
Click to read our November e-newsletter!
JMM’s YouTube Channel
We have created our own YouTube channel, where we'll be uploading videos we make of events and collections here at the museum! We've started by adding
New Pictures Added to Flickr
We added some lovely photos of an early October wedding that was held in the museum garden to our Special Events photostream on Flickr! See them here.
October 20 in History: Treaty of 1818 Signed
Today in History, 20 October 1818: Under Monroe's first term as president, Britain and the U.S. signed the Treaty of 1818, which established the