The Must-attend American Revolution Conference of 2015


November 26, 2014
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Journal of the American Revolution is the leading source of knowledge about the American Revolution and Founding Era. We feature smart, groundbreaking research and well-written narratives from expert writers. Our work has been featured by the New York Times, TIME magazine, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Smithsonian, Mental Floss, NPR, and more. Journal of the American Revolution also produces annual hardcover volumes, a branded book series, and the podcast, Dispatches

The must-attend American Revolution conference of 2015 is being hosted by America’s History, LLC, one of the nation’s leading history tour and conference companies. The conference will take place the weekend of March 20-22, 2015, at the Colonial Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Friday, March 20 (7 pm) – Sunday, March 22 (Noon)
Colonial Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel
Williamsburg, Virginia
Conference package, including lunch and refreshment breaks: $225
Register by phone (703-785-4373) by email (in**@Am****************.com) or postal mail

Speakers and presentations include:

Edward G. Lengel, Head of Faculty: “Enigmatic Warrior: Light-Horse Harry Lee at the Battle of Eutaw Springs”

Rick Atkinson: “Bringing Back the Dead: History, Memory, and Writing About War”

John “Jack” Buchanan: “ ‘A Great and Good Man’: Nathanael Greene and the Road to Charleston”

Don Hagist: “The Revolution’s Last Men: The Soldiers behind the Photographs”

James Kirby Martin: “The Man Who Wouldn’t Be King: George Washington and the Newburgh Conspiracy”

Holly Mayer: “Command and Control of congress’s Own: Hazen’s 2nd Canadian Regiment”

Andrew Jackson O’Shaughnessy: “Hot Weather and Heavy Casualties: The Revolutionary War in the Caribbean”

Julia Anne Osman: “From Greatest Enemies to Greatest Allies: France and America in the War for Independence”

Two panel discussions:

  • What was the most overrated and underrated battles or campaigns of the Revolutionary War?
  • Who is the most underrated or overlooked individual (on either side) who had an impact on the American Revolution?


Exclusive Offer: Discounted tickets to the Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area will be available to all attendees to use before or after the conference at a special price of $20.00 per person. Regular price tickets are normally $49.95 per person.

Conference Hotel:We have booked a block of rooms at the Colonial Williamsburg Woodlands Hotel next to the Colonial Williamsburg Visitor’s Center at a rate of $89 per night (double or single occupancy) including a hot and cold breakfast buffet each day. You may reserve a room by calling 800-261-9530 and identifying yourself as an America’s History conference attendee.

Our featured sponsors are Journal of the American Revolution (, Westholme Publishing and Tim Sampson’s

For more information about our 4th Annual Conference on the American Revolution, please call America’s History at 703-785-4373 send us an e-mail at in**@Am****************.com

Conference Package includes lunch and refreshment breaks: $225

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