Treason! Benedict Arnold in the Hudson Highlands Exhibition

Photo: Treason of Arnold, C.F. Blauvelt. Steel engraving. Johnson, Cry, & Co, c. 1857.

Putnam History Museum’s exhibition, Treason! Benedict Arnold in the Hudson Highlands, is now open. The exhibition includes prints, photographs, books, engravings, and artifacts. It will tell the story of Benedict Arnold, his command of West Point, and his acts of treason.

Guests are welcome to take a free brochure that highlights Arnold-related places throughout the Hudson Highlands and an essay by PHM’s Collections Associate, John Duncan. In addition, we have installed a new children’s corner with American Revolution activities, including secret messages and decoders, toys, and books.

The Treason! Benedict Arnold in the Hudson Highlands exhibition is funded in part by grants from the Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area, Humanities New York, Central Hudson, and the ongoing support of our members.


The World of Anna & Susan Warner Exhibition

Photograph: Susan Warner and Anna Warner in 1881. Courtesy of Constitution Island Association.

Visit PHM’s exhibition, The World of Anna & Susan Warner! Learn about their life on Constitution Island, and the impact and legacy of their written works. The exhibition features photographs, drawings, books, manuscripts, and objects from the collection of Constitution Island Association.

This exhibition is co-organized by Putnam History Museum and Constitution Island Association, and is funded in part by our business sponsors:

Central Hudson

Health Quest

Hudson Valley Federal Credit Union

Funding also provided by grants from:

Malcolm Gordon Foundation

Hudson River Valley National Heritage Area

Humanities New York