Tag: Revolutionary War

Lecture – The Art and Science of Siege Warfare in the American Revolution

Fortification and siege doctrine were a critical component of any eighteenth-century military. Following a discussion of artillery in the Revolutionary War and a unique American-manufactured six-pounder owned by the Society of the Cincinnati of the State of South Carolina, Glenn F. Williams of the U.S. Army Center of Military History explores the intricacies and technical […]

Panel Discussion – Why the American Revolution is Still Relevant

Join the American Revolution Institute for a special panel discussion and reception in Camden, South Carolina, at the Robert Mills Courthouse. Two hundred and thirty-six years after the conclusion of the American Revolution, the ideals that were fought for and won by the United States remain the foundation of our nation today.  Panelists Walter B. […]

Revolutionary War Camp: Revolutionary Friendship, Session 2 Ages 11-12

This summer’s Revolutionary War Camp, a five-day camp for boys and girls, focuses on the theme Revolutionary Friendship, about the alliance forged between France and the United States during the Revolutionary War and how the French commitment to the achievement of American independence has bound the two nations together for more than two centuries. During the week, […]