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The Revolutionary War Conference 250 in the Mohawk Valley


Over 12 Conference Speakers and Bus Tour Talks Include: - Alexander Hamilton's War for American Economic Independence - George Washington and the Battle of Germantown - Revolutionary Blacks: Discovering the Frank Brothers, Freeborn Men of Color, Soldiers of Independence - "Liberty or Death!" - Some Revolutionary Statistics and Existential Warfare - No Longer Subjects of the British King: The Political Transformation of Royal Subjects to Republican Citizens, 1774-1776 - The Marquis de Lafayette Visits the Mohawk Valley, Again and Again - The Cherokees, the Six Nations and Indian Diplomacy circa 1763-1776 - Benedict Arnold's Raid on New London, September 4-13, 1781 - Abigail Adams: A Woman “Not Apt to Be Intimidated” - No Other Motive Than the True Interest of This Country: Dunmore's War 1774 - Storehouse Schenectady: Depot and Transportation Center for the Northern War - Recent Archaeology Discoveries on the Site of Revolutionary War Fort Plain Bus Tour - 1774: The Rising Tide - The Bus Tour will include several stops in both Schenectady and Johnstown, such as the Schenectady Stockade, Johnson Hall and more. Lunch is included and a tour booklet will be provided. $120 for Museum Members, $140 for Non-members, $110 for Bus Tour, Free for Children under 18 with paid adult. Seating is limited, registration is encouraged

Fort Plain Museum
  • 389 Canal St
  • Fort Plain, NY 13339