Wednesday, April 21 at Noon
Presenter: Bill Fitzpatrick
Topic: The Road to Yorktown: South Carolina’s Role in the American Revolutionary War
Join author and historian, Bill Fitzpatrick as he shares our state’s outsized contributions to America’s independence, beginning with the invasion of Charleston, through the battles of Huck’s Defeat, King’s Mountain, and Cowpens, through the heroics of Andrew Pickens, Nathanael Greene, and Kate Barry, and to the day the British and their compatriots left Charleston harbor on “Victory Day,” December 14, 1782.
Lunchbox Learning is free for UHM Members and included with general admission for all other guests.
Upcoming Lunchbox Learning programs:
- May 19 – Commemorating Racial Violence in Philadelphia, Mississippi with Dr. Claire Whitlinger, Furman University
- June 16 – An Interview with Florence Thompson, the Migrant Mother with Robert Charles “Bob” Dotson
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