February 2017

Thursday, February 23 – Evening Lecture
The Road to Concord: How Four Stolen Cannon Ignited the Revolutionary War
Presented by J.L. Bell
6:30pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
In the early spring of 1775, on a farm in Concord, Massachusetts, British army spies located four brass cannon belonging to Boston’s colonial militia that had gone missing months before. British General Thomas Gage had been searching from them – both to stymie New England’s growing rebellion and to erase the embarrassment of having let cannon disappear from armories under Redcoat guard. Anxious to regain those weapons, he drew up plans for his troops to march nineteen miles into unfriendly terriority. The Massachusetts Patriots, meanwhile, prepared to thwart the general’s mission. Both sides shared one goal: to keep the stole cannon a scret. Both sides succeeded well enough that the full story has never appeared until now.

February 23 Lecture*

Friday, February 24 – Special Event
George Washington Birthday Ball
Hosted by the Sons of the Revolution in the State of New York
7:00pm – 10:00pm
The Metropolitan Club
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March 2017

Thursday, March 16 – Evening Lecture
Grand Forage 1778: The Battleground Around New York City
Presented by Todd Braisted
6:30pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
With the entry of France into the American Revolution, the war changed on a strategic level. For Sir Henry Clinton and the British in New York City, it was a time of sweeping change and new threats. The enormous logistical challenges however would also bring about its last great campaign in the north. Find out more about Sir Henry Clinton’s great autumn forage!

March 16 Lecture






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