American Revolution in Our Communities (6-part lecture series)

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American Revolution in Our Communities (6-part lecture series)

In the lead-up to The Skirmish in Haddonfield on June 4 (annual reenactment of ambushes by the Continental militia), Camden County College and the Haddonfield Skirmish Committee have teamed up to present a free six-part lecture series on the American Revolution, with particular attention to Haddonfield’s role. It ends with an evening with George Washington during the week of The Skirmish.
 
The American Revolution in Our Communities
  • Garry Stone | March 30 at the Masonic Temple, Haddonfield
    The 1776-1780 Revolutionary War Adventures of John Inskeep (1757-1834), a Young Man Born Near Haddonfield, New Jersey.
  • Doug Rauschenberger | April 6 at Haddonfield Borough Hall
    Close to Home: Haddonfield in the American Revolution
  • Jim Christ | April 27 at the Masonic Temple, Haddonfield
    Remember Paoli!: The Paoli Massacre
  • Daniel K. Richter | May 4 at Haddonfield Borough Hall
    Native Americans’ Wars for Independence
  • Kelly Jackson | May 25 at the Masonic Temple, Haddonfield
    Secret Codes and Spy-craft in the American Revolution
  • Doug Thomas | June 1 at Haddonfield Borough Hall
    An Evening with George Washington
 
Walk-ins welcome; no advance reservations or tickets are needed.
  • The Masonic Temple
    16 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ, United States
  • Wednesday, May 25th, 2022
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    In the lead-up to The Skirmish in Haddonfield on June 4 (annual reenactment of ambushes by the Continental militia), Camden County College and the Haddonfield Skirmish Committee have teamed up to present a free six-part lecture series on the American Revolution, with particular attention to Haddonfield’s role. It ends with an evening with George Washington during the week … More

    16 Kings Hwy E, Haddonfield, NJ, United States public