Image courtesy of Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Third Annual Conference on the American Revolution: March 21-23, 2014

The Third Annual Conference on the American Revolution will be held in Williamsburg on March 21-23, 2014. The last two America’s History conferences were excellent and if you missed them you owe it to yourself to attend this one!

Scheduled speakers:

Edward G. Lengel: “Philadelphia is the Object in View”: George Washington at the Battle of Brandywine, 1777
James Kirby Martin: Forgotten Allies: The Oneida Indians’ Contribution to the American Revolution
Andrew O’Shaughnessy: First in War or First in Peace: Sir William Howe as Commander-in-Chief
Glenn Williams: Revenge and Reprisals: Irregular Warfare and the Sullivan-Clinton Campaign against the Iroquois
Todd Andrlik: Reporting the Revolutionary War: Colonial Newspapers as a Historical Record
Don Hagist: 60 Men at Yorktown: A British Light Infantry Company
David Mattern: Major General Benjamin Lincoln and the American Revolution
James L. Nelson: The Best General on Either Side: Benedict Arnold’s Naval Operations on Lake Champlain and the Chesapeake Bay

Two Panel Discussions:
“Could the British Have Won the American Revolution? Where and How?”
“What Revolutionary War Personality Would You Like to Have Dinner with and Why?”

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