The American Revolution Mohawk Valley Conference is back and is being held on June 7-9, 2019. Join the celebration of the Fort Plain Museum’s 5 year holding this premier conference with more speakers and an early sign-up special (savings of $10 off conference admission by if registered by May 31st).
For pricing, more information, to register and to view a schedule; please visit this link or call 518-774-5669.
Conference speakers include: David L. Preston, First in Peace: The Delaware Indian Nation and its 1778 Treaty with the United States; Eric H. Schnitzer, Benedict Arnold at Saratoga: How a Newly Discovered Letter Changed History; Mark Edward Lender, The Plot against General Washington: The Conway Cabal Reconsidered; James Kirby Martin, The Man Who Wouldn't Be King: George Washington, an Exceptional Revolutionary Leader; Holly A. Mayer, Women at War: Continental Army Followers; John Buchanan, The Road to Charleston: How Major General Nathanael Greene Dealt with Logistics, Savage Civil War, and Politics in the Carolina's and Georgia; Glenn F. Williams, Beyond the Mohawk: the Battles of Newtown and Groveland; Albert Louis Zambone, The Rewards of Persistence: Daniel Morgan in the Saratoga Campaign; Tony Williams, George Washington & Alexander Hamilton: A Revolutionary Relationship; Christian Di Spigna, Founding Martyr: The Life and Death of Dr. Joseph Warren, the American Revolution's Lost Hero; and Douglas J. Pippin, The American Revolution in the St. Lawrence Valley.
Also returning is Mohawk Valley Legend, Bob Cudmore as Conference Master of Ceremonies. There is a fundraising dinner with a talk by Bruce M. Venter on Defending the Mohawk Valley: Forts and Homes Illustrated by Rufus Grider's Art Work, a genealogy day and more.
We would like to send a thank you to all our sponsors; Montgomery County, The Mohawk Country Association, Alpin Haus Boat & RV, The William G. Pomeroy Foundation, The Journal of the American Revolution, Battlemaps.us, Westholme Publishing, Community Bank N.A. (Kinderhook Bank), The PastQuest Research Group, America's History LLC and Continental Consulting. Please support these great organizations.
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