The Col. Burton C. Quist Lecture Series: John Robertson, Ph.D.

Portsmouth Friends Church 11 Middle Road, Portsmouth, RI, United States

The Battle of Rhode Island Association Lecture Series sponsored by The Whalley Family Foundation and the Portsmouth Historical Society continues with the Col. Burton C. Quist Lecture Series featuring Dr. John Robertson and his presentation: “The French Fort at Butts Hill.” Monday June 17th, 6:30 PM, Portsmouth Friends Church, 11 Middle Road, Portsmouth, RI.

Free

Lunch Bite—A ca. 1834 Model of HMS Roebuck

Virtual

Museum Collections and Operations Manager at the American Revolution Institute Paul Newman discusses a ca. 1834 model of HMS Roebuck, a forty-four-gun British frigate that saw extensive service during the American Revolutionary War.

Free

John Y. Wind Artist Talks & Philadelphia Freedom Band Performance

Museum of the American Revolution 101 S 3rd St, Philidelphia, PA, United States

On Saturday, June 22, the Museum will host a special musical performance by the Philadelphia Freedom Band and artist talks in conjunction with "Whiskey Rebellion," a special installation by contemporary artist John Y. Wind on display in the second-floor Oneida Indian Nation Atrium throughout June.

Free

The 299th Birthday of Rochambeau

The Historic Yorktown Freight Shed 331 Water Street, Yorktown, VA, United States

W3R-VA cordially invites you to join us in celebrating three major events: the 299th birthday of General Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur, comte de Rochambeau, Commander of the French Forces During the American Revolution, the 50th Anniversary of Service by Madame Nicole G. Yancey to the Franco-American Community and the completion of the first phase of the W3R-Virginia Sign Project, accomplished with the assistance of the Virginia Department of Transportation.

Free

Annual Memorial Service Honoring French Soldiers in Van Cortlandtville

Old St. Peter's Church and Old Cemetery Oregon Road and Locust Avenue, Van Cortlandtville, NY, United States

The annual Memorial Service honoring the 8 French soldiers who died in Van Cortlandtville during the Revolutionary War will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 7, 2024, at Old Saint Peter's Church, Oregon Road and Locust Avenue, Cortlandt, New York.

Free

Lecture – “A Perilous Voyage for our Company”

The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States +1 more

Historian and documentary editor Robb Haberman examines the perilous voyage of Sgt. James Selkirk and the Second New York Regiment on their way to Yorktown in September 1781, when their transport schooner was separated and ran aground while sailing from Baltimore to Williamsburg. Using Selkirk’s unpublished papers, this talk examines his harrowing experience and the endurance of the Continental forces during the Yorktown campaign.

Free

Newtown, Connecticut Event Features Rochambeau Trail

Old Castle Drive Old Castle Drive, Newton, CT, United States

An exciting event is coming to Newtown, Connecticut which features the Rochambeau Trail! The event is a free, community-wide event on the open space across from the Nettleton Preserve on the corner of Castle Hill Road and Old Castle Drive!

Free

Colonial Delaware Summer Lecture Series – Lafayette in Wilmington

Brandywine Village Welcome Center 1883 Superfine Lane, Wilmington, DE, United States

Join W3R-DE this summer for an exciting lecture series at the New Brandywine Village Welcome Center, focused on Colonial Delaware's history and The First State's role in the American Revolution!

Free

Panel Discussion—Waging War in America: Operational Challenges of Armies During the American Revolution

The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC, United States

Presented by the American Revolution Institute, Historian Don Hagist moderates a panel of contributors to the recent anthology Waging War in America 1775-1783, exploring the significant operational challenges faced by American, Loyalist, French and German forces during the Revolution.

Free

Colonial Delaware Summer Lecture Series – The Noble Noels of Wilmington

Brandywine Village Welcome Center 1883 Superfine Lane, Wilmington, DE, United States

Join W3R-DE this summer for an exciting lecture series at the New Brandywine Village Welcome Center, focused on Colonial Delaware's history and The First State's role in the American Revolution! Their third lecture, The Noble Noels of Wilmington, will be presented by Bill Knightly, Historian, on August 15th, starting at 6:30 pm! The lecture explores the life and times of the Noel family of Wilmington, whose ancestors still inhabit the city today!

Free