American Art Examines Literature and Daily Life
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From the Colonial Period to the Civil War: Religion and National Identity. Both secular and religious texts were given visual form in the several areas controlled by European colonizers. With the Revolution and the founding of the new country, literary allusions and symbols were adapted to forging a new and unified national identity. First of a four-part series by David Sokol. Doors open 7 p.m.