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Lunch Bite – Nathanael Greene’s pistols
July 8, 2022 @ 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm
Join Historical Programs Manager Andrew Outten for a presentation on a pair of holster pistols that was owned by Gen. Nathanael Greene and given to his aide-de-camp, Nathaniel Pendleton, who served under Greene during the Southern Campaign of the Revolutionary War. The brass box-lock pistols were made about 1782 by William Grice and Charles Freeth of Birmingham, England, and feature the initials “NG” engraved on the silver escutcheons. This Lunch Bite will focus on the history of the pistols along with Greene and Pendleton’s relationship and service together. This presentation will be held in our research library and last approximately 30 minutes.
Registration is requested. To attend the Lunch Bite in-person at Anderson House, or to watch virtually, please use the appropriate form below.
Currently, all visitors to Anderson House age 2 and older are required to wear a mask while attending a historical program or visiting the museum or library. Read our full COVID safety guidelines here.
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