The 2019 American Revolution Mohawk Valley Conference is this weekend, June 7-9, at the Fort Plain Museum, 389 Canal St, Fort Plain. The conference is free for all history teachers and students from and associated with Montgomery County, public and private schools and colleges.
The Conference includes several topics such as The Delaware Indian Nation and its 1778 Treaty with the United States, Benedict Arnold at Saratoga, the Plot against General Washington, the Man Who Wouldn’t Be King, The Road to Charleston: How Major General Nathanael Greene Dealt with Logistics, the Battles of Newtown and Groveland, George Washington & Alexander Hamilton: A Revolutionary Relationship, the American Revolution in the St. Lawrence Valley and much more.
To attend, teachers and students must register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include name, email address, phone number, school name, and grade (teaching or attending). Register by Wednesday, June 5th.
For more conference details, click here, or call (518) 774-5669.