Author: Larry Kidder

William L. (Larry) Kidder taught high school history for forty years and has been a volunteer interpreter and historian for Howell Living History Farm in Hopewell, New Jersey for thirty years. He is a member of the Washington Crossing American Revolutionary War Round Table, the Association for Living History, Farm, and Agricultural Museums, and serves on the New Jersey Living History Advisory Council and the Crossroads of the American Revolution Advisory Council. An author and frequent speaker, his books on the American Revolution include: A People Harassed and Exhausted: The Story of a New Jersey Militia Regiment in the American Revolution published in November 2013 and Crossroads of the Revolution: Trenton, 1774-1783 published by The Knox Press in 2017. Information about his work is available at: