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9th Annual Conference of the American Revolution

March 18, 2022
All day

Our friends and Fort Plain Museum sponsors/supporters, America’s History LLC has announced their 9th annual Conference on the American Revolution. Bruce and Lynne Venter are both been very supportive of the Museum. Bruce is a Member of the Board of Trustees of the Museum and both are very generous with their time and resources. The Museum’s conference in June, would not be what it is today without their guidance.

Unfortunately, the pandemic has shut down their annual conference and this will be their first conference since 2019. This is great conference, after attending for your first time, you will be hooked. Please consider attending this event to show your support and help keep America’s History LLC alive and well.

-Thank you from your friends at the Fort Plain Museum.

Edward G. Lengel—Head of Faculty – “Some Desperate Glory: The Battles of Connecticut Farms and Springfield, June 1780.”

Michael Gabriel – “To Induce the Officers & Soldiery to Exert Themselves’: Plunder and Trophies in the Revolutionary War.”

Michael Harris – “Germantown: The Battle for Philadelphia, October 1777”

Cole Jones – “Captives of Liberty: British, German and Loyalist Prisoners of War and the Politics of Vengeance”

Larry Kidder – “Ten Crucial Days: Washington’s Campaign against Trenton and Princeton”

Mark Edward Lender – “Cabal!  The Plot against George Washington”

James Kirby Martin – “Reconciliation or Independence: Understanding the Rebel Insurgents of 1775-1776″

David Preston – “General George Washington: Echoes of the Seven Years’ War in the Revolutionary War”

Eric Schnitzer – “Make Way for New Interpretations: Don Troiani’s Campaign to Saratoga – 1777″

Gary Sellick “Dr. Robert J. Christen Emerging Scholar” – “Black Men, Red Coats: The Creation of the Carolina Corps in Revolutionary South Carolina”

Cocktail Reception on Friday Evening for Speakers and Attendees
Friday Bus Tour: Great Bridge, Norfolk, Kemp’s Landing and more
led by Patrick “Pat” Hannum, Lt. Col USMC (ret.)

Conference Registration: includes cocktail reception, lunch and refreshment breaks

Friday Bus Tour: includes admissions, lunch, refreshment breaks, map package – The bus tour is now full. Please call Bruce to be put on the waiting list in case there are cancelations.

Exclusive Offer: Discounted tickets to the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area will be available to all attendees to use before or after the conference.

Conference Hotel: They have booked a block of rooms at the Colonial Williamsburg’s Woodlands Hotel next to the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor’s Center at a rate of $99.00 per night (double or single occupancy) or suite $129.00. This hotel provides a buffet breakfast each day. You may reserve a room by calling 800-261-9530 and identifying yourself as an America’s History conference attendee.

Our Featured Sponsors: Westholme Publishing Company, Tim Sampson’s Battlemaps.us and Knox Press

Friday Bus Tour, March 18, 2022 (8am to 4:30pm)

The bus tour is now full. Please call Bruce to be put on the waiting list in case there are cancellations.

Register by phone, e-mail or postal mail:

  • Phone: 1-703-785-4373
  • Email us at: info@AmericasHistoryLLC.com
  • Postal mail: America’s History LLC, P. O. Box 1076, Goochland, VA 23063

Register Online for Conference only: $306 – CLICK HERE

Their last four Conferences SOLD OUT so please register early to avoid disappointment.

For more information about our 9th Annual conference on the American Revolution, the bus tour and to be put on the waiting list, call Bruce at America’s History: 703-785-4373.

Please CLICK HERE to visit their website for conference details


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