Edward G. Lengel, Head of Faculty: “Revolutionary Rivals: Horatio Gates and George Washington”
Douglas Cubbison: “Man on a Mission: John Burgoyne and the Campaign of 1777”
Joshua Howard: “The Swamp Fox: Francis Marion, Revolutionary War Hero of South Carolina”
James Kirby Martin: “Benedict Arnold: Revolutionary America’s Heroic General”
Andrew O’Shaughnessy: “Fighting with Friends and Enemies Simultaneously: Sir Henry Clinton”
Jim Piecuch: “Frustrated Ambitions: “Light Horse Harry Lee’s Conflicts On and Off the Battlefield”
John V. Quarstein: “Closing the Door on Cornwallis: The Battle of the Capes September 1781”
Glenn F. Williams: “Lord Dunmore’s War: Training Ground for Continental Officers
Two Panel Discussions:
- “The Best and Worst Military Commanders of the Revolutionary War”
- “A Revolutionary War Bookshelf: What You Should Own and What Books will be Published Soon”
Learn more about the package here.
The folks at American History LLC do a nice job of bringing American history to public audiences. In fact, I have signed on to do a three day tour with them in early June titled "Religion, Rebellion & the Founding Fathers." I hope you will consider joining us.