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 Using Selkirk’s unpublished papers, this talk examines his harrowing experience and the endurance of the Continental forces during the Yorktown campaign.

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Lecture—Lord Dunmore’s War

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

Historian Glenn F. Williams describes the course and importance of Dunmore’s War by correcting the folklore concerning the war and frontier fighting in general.

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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.

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