The Annual American Revolution Mohawk Valley Conference has been set for June 6-9, 2019. This is the fifth year the Fort Plain Museum has held the conference.
A line-up 12 notable historians/authors will present on the following:
- 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
- Bruce M. Venter – Defending the Mohawk Valley: Forts and Homes Illustrated by Rufus Grider’s Art Work
- 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
- 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 on the Mohawk Valley during the Revolution, a genealogy day and more.
For more information or to register, click here or call (518) 774-5669.