CANCELLED: Rescheduled-Local Author Lecture Series
|Title:||CANCELLED: Rescheduled-Local Author Lecture Series|
|Date & Time:||Tue Apr 14, 2020|
201 S. Washington St.
|Event Details:||This lecture will be rescheduled for the fall. Join us for four history lectures and book signings by local historians. April’s lecture features Dr. John Maass. Around the North Carolina village of Guilford Courthouse in the late winter of 1781, two weary armies clashed on a cold, wet afternoon. American forces under Gen. Nathanael Greene engaged Lord Cornwallis’s British army in a bitter two-hour battle of the Revolutionary War. The frightful contest at Guilford was a severe conflict in which troops made repeated use of their flintlock muskets, steel bayonets and dragoon swords in hand-to-hand fighting that killed and wounded about eight hundred men. Historian John R. Maass recounts the bloody battle and the grueling campaign in the South that led up to it, a crucial event on the road to American independence.|
|Audience:||Anyone may attend|
|Tags:||Lecture, Museums, Old Town|
For event details visit https://apps.alexandriava.gov/Calendar/?29308
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