Image courtesy of Colonial National Historical Park, Yorktown.


January 18: 'The Boston Tea Party and Its Legacy at 250," Benjamin Carp, ZOOM MEETING
March 20: "General George Weedon and the Sentry Box House," Charles McDaniel
May 23: "William Campbell in the American Revolution: Commander of Riflemen at Kings Mountain and Guilford Courthouse," John Beakes
July 17: "Preservation and Artifacts at the John Marshall House," Meika Downey
September 18: "Architecture and History at Patrick Henry's 'Red Hill,'" Cody Youngblood
November 20: "All That Can Be Expected: The Battle of Camden and the British High Tide in the South, August 16, 1780," Mark Wilcox

January 18: "Washington's Tent," Tyler Putnam, ZOOM MEETING
March 15: "That Unhappy Affair at Trenton," Larry Kidder
May 24: "The REAL John Graves Simcoe," Randy Flood
July 19: "Revolutionary Money and Finance," Ed Lewis
September 20: "Dark Voyage: An American Privateer's War on Britain's African Slave Trade," Christian McBurney
November 15: "Revolutionary Roads: Searching for the War that Made America Independent ... and All the Places It Could Have Gone Terribly Wrong." Bob Thompson

January 19: Bert Dunkerly, "Decision at Brandywine: The Battle on Birmingham Hill"
March 16: Jim Christ, "The Battle of Paoli"
May 18: Al Zambone, "Daniel Morgan: A Revolutionary Life"
July 20: Dr. John L. Seidel, "'In Quarters Comfortable & Clever': The Continental Artillery in Winter Cantonment, 1778-79"
September 21: William Welsch, "Washington's Generals"
November 16: Bruce Venter, "Forting Up: Defending the Mohawk Valley through the Artwork of Rufus Grider"

January 27: Ed Lengel, "New Thoughts on Valley Forge"
March 17: Gary Ecelbarger, "George Washington During the First Month of the Philadelphia Campaign: Old Challenges & New Discoveries, August 24-September 23, 1777"
May 19: Jack Kelly, "Valcour: The 1776 Campaign That Saved the Cause of Liberty"
July 21: Bob Selig, "Do You Believe in Magic? Spells and Witchcraft during the American War of Independence"
September 15: Holly Mayer, "Congress's Own: A Canadian Regiment, the Continental Army, and American Union"
November 17: David O. Stewart, "George Washington: The Political Rise of America's Founding Father"

January 15: Christian McBurney, "Charles Lee's Court Martial"
March 18: Jim Christ, "Battle of Paoli"
May 20: Mark Lender, "Cabal: The Plot Against George Washington
July 15: Bert Dunkerly, "Four Winters at Morristown: Smallpox, Starvation, and Mutiny"
September 16: Norm Bollen, "George Washington and the Mohawk Valley."
November 18: Jeff Dacus, "Washington's Family: The Aides and Secretaries that Helped Him Through the War."

January 16: Christian Di Spigna, "Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, The American Revolution's Lost Hero"
March 20: Jenna Schnitzer, "Sober and Industrious Women: Soldiers' Wives in the British Army
May 8: Sam McKelvey, "Francis Lightfoot Lee and His Home Called Menokin"
July 17: Robert Orrison, "A Single Blow: The Battles of Lexington and Concord"
September 18: John Sweeney, "Delaware's John Dickinson: The Constant Watchman of Liberty"
November 20: William Welsch, "How Did They Cross?"

January 17: "Patrick Henry: Champion of Liberty," Jon Kukla
March 21: "Manufacturing Independence: Industrial Innovation in the American Revolution," Robert Smith
May 16: "Benedict Arnold: Guilty or Innocent?" John Millar
July 18: "Brothers in Arms: American Independence and the Men of France and Spain Who Saved It," Larrie Ferrero
September 19: "American Independence Beyond the Battlefield: Figures, Facts, and Realities of the American Revolution as Seen Through the Eyes of an Historical Novelist," Karen Chase
November 14: '"To Bring the American Army under Strict Discipline": British Army Foraging Policy in the South," Greg Urwin

January 18: "Money is the Sinews of War: George Washington, Money, and the Revolutionary War," Ed Lengel
March 15: "Officer Resignations in the Continental Army: General Washington's Constant Headache," Bill Ferrarro
May 17: "General Howe and Mrs. Loring: The Myth vs. Reality Behind An Infamous Revolutionary War Affair," Sean Heuvel
July 19: "Lord Dunmore’s War: The Last Conflict in America’s Colonial Era," Glenn Williams
September 20: "Alexander Hamilton: New York's Young Revolutionary," Randy Flood
November 15: "The Battle of Eutaw Springs," Bert Dunkerly

January 20: The Battle of Great Bridge: The South's Bunker Hill, Norman Fuss
March 16: Otho Holland Williams in the American Revolution, John Beakes
May 18: The Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution Pension Project, Leon Harris
July 20: The Battle of Brandywine, Mike Harris
September 21: Tories in the Shadows: Loyalism, Society, and Warfare in Virginia During the American Revolution, Stephanie Seal Walters
November 16: Fatal Sunday: George Washington, the Monmouth Campaign, and the Politics of Battle, Mark Lender

January 14: Stand to Horse! The Dragoon at War, Dennis Farmer
March 18: The Convention Army, Larry Arnold
May 20: Kidnapping General Charles Lee, Christian McBurney
August 12: The Traitor's Epiphany: Benedict Arnold in Virginia and His Quest for Vindication, Mark Lender
September 16: The Battle of Hubbardton: The Rear Guard Action that Saved America, Bruce M. Venter
November 18: Washington and Hamilton, Tony Williams

Meetings are held in the Westhampton Room, Heilman Center (dining hall--building 410 on the campus map), University of Richmond, at 6:30 p.m. with dinner available for purchase in the dining hall beginning at 5:30 p.m.

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