Lunchbox Learning will resume on Wednesday, July 15, as we welcome Andrew Waters for his presentation on The Quaker and the Gamecock: Nathanael Greene, Thomas Sumter, and the Revolutionary War for the Soul of the South.
Andrew Waters is a writer, editor and conservationist residing in Spartanburg. He is the editor of Battle of Cowpens: Primary & Contemporary Accounts and three slave narrative collections. His most recent book, The Quaker and the Gamecock, has been featured on Walter Edgar’s Journal and the Journal of American Revolution, the premier online journal of the Revolutionary War. Additionally, Waters is a PhD candidate with Clemson’s Park, Recreation and Tourism Management Department.
The Quaker and the Gamecock tells the story of two wildly divergent leaders, Continental Army General Nathanael Greene and Patriot militia leader Thomas Sumter. Set against the backdrop of the American Revolution’s last gasp, the effort to extricate a British occupation force from South Carolina frontier, the book explores the complex political, personal, and socioeconomic challenges the Southern theater. Join author Andrew Waters as he explores America’s first civil war through the conflicted relationship of two Revolutionary War generals 240 years ago.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED AS ATTENDANCE MUST BE LIMITED TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF ALL GUESTS.
Please call (864)467-3100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat(s). We will not be serving any beverages or refreshments at this time.
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Until we reopen our doors on Tuesday, June 9, stay engaged and educated with our online resources covering various topics of history!