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25 May

George Rogers Clark Memorial Wreath Laying Ceremony

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George Rogers Clark Memorial Wreath Laying Ceremony

The eighth annual wreath laying ceremony will take place on Saturday, 25 May 2019 in the rotunda of the Clark Memorial at the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park in Vincennes, Indiana.

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08 Jun

239th Anniversary of the Battle of Ramsour's Mill

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Event Date & Time

The Catawba Valley Chapter &
The North Carolina SAR 
Invite You to Attend the
239th Commemoration of the
Battle of Ramsour's Mill
8 June 2019
10:00 AM
Lincolnton, NC

The ceremony will be held at the FD Jack Kiser School, 301 Jeb Seagle Drive, Lincolnton, NC 28092 beginning at 10:00am.

*FRIDAY NIGHT RECEPTION* A reception will be held on Friday, June 7th beginning at 5:00pm at the Hampton Inn Lincolnton, 129 Roper Drive, Lincolnton, NC 28092. Hotel phone is 704-736-2000. We have a block of rooms set aside at a special price of $127.00, which includes all tax, so if you are planning to stay there let them know you are with the SAR event. Adult beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be provided by the Catawba Valley chapter!

*FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER* We have a dutch treat dinner afterward at Court Street Grille, 113 Court Square, Lincolnton, NC 28092. Everybody is invited. Please let Jack Bowman know you will attend the reception and/or dinner at jack9431@yahoo.com.

**OFFICIAL HOTEL** Hampton Inn Lincolnton, 129 Roper Drive, Lincolnton, NC 28092. Hotel phone is 704-736-2000. We have a block of rooms set aside at a special price of $127.00, which includes all tax. Tell them you’re with the SAR Event.

RSVP Here for Wreath Presentations & Color Guard

Please register for wreath presentations and Color Guard before June 1, 2019. Mail your RSVP to: Jack Bowman, 1727 Grouse Moor Dr., Sugar Mountain, NC 28604 or emailjack9431@yahoo.com.



Wreath & Color Guard

Registration Form


Name________________________________________________________________

Chapter/Organization___________________________________________________

Your Position_________________________________________________________

Flag Type You Will Bring_______________________________________________

Will You Present a Wreath? _________ YES ___________ NO

Continental Uniform or Militia? __________________________________________

Colonial Attire? _______________________________________________________


Please register for wreath presentations and Color Guard before June 1, 2019. Mail your RSVP to: Jack Bowman, 1727 Grouse Moor Dr., Sugar Mountain, NC 28604 or emailjack9431@yahoo.com.

In case of rain the venue will be moved. Location to be advised later.

Questions: call Jack Bowman 828-485-8838.

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14 Jun

2019 SAR Annual Conference on the American Revolution

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Event Date & Time

The National Society
Sons of the American Revolution
and
The Museum of the American Revolution

present

The 2019 SAR Annual Conference on the American Revolution
Women Waging War in the American Revolution

June 14-16, 2019

Mary Silliman wrote in 1776 that she had “acted the heroine as well as my dear Husband [General Gold Selleck Silliman, Connecticut militia] the hero.” Not all women (or men) acted heroically in the war, but they did act, not just react, and their agency informs this conference. How did women fight the Revolution – fight for it, fight against it, and fight in it? This conference intends to examine women warriors, followers, and activists from many perspectives – American and British, Patriot and Loyalist, free and enslaved. This conference will examine the words, actions, and influence of women in the War for American Independence.

Women Waging War in the American Revolution will be chaired by Holly A. Mayer, Associate Professor of History at Duquesne University and the 2019 SAR Distinguished Scholar


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05 Jul

129th Annual Congress - Costa Mesa, California

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Event Date & Time

Please go to the following site for more information:

https://www.sar.org/annual-sar-congress

Please ensure that you read the cancellation and reimbursement policy listed on the Congress Webpage.

If you have issues with registration please contact either Mike Scroggins (502) 588-6125, Debbie Smalley (502) 588-6123 or Paul Callanan (906) 273-2424 to see if we can assist you in the process.

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09 Aug

2019 Atlantic Middle States Association Conference

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Event Date & Time

August 9-11, 2019

Dear Compatriots and Guests:


On behalf of the Delaware Society of the Sons of the American Revolution, your hosts for the 2019 Atlantic Middle States Association Conference, I cordially welcome you to Delaware. We are delighted and honored to have the President General and most of the national officers with us. The Delaware Society hopes it has taken advantage of every opportunity to enable you to enjoy the conference and "The First State." While you are with us in Delaware, we invite you to take a moment to explore Delaware's rich history, pristine beaches, and of course our tax-free shopping.

As you will see from the agenda included in your registration package, the Delaware Society, in conjunction with Vice Presidents General Sutton and Goebel, has planned an exciting and informative program.

The Hilton Christiana/Wilmington is conveniently located to a number of other attractions in Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania, including the Brandywine River Museum (Wyeth family and American artwork), Longwood Gardens (Pierre S. DuPont's home and gardens), The Hagley Museum (E.I. DuPont's gunpowder works), Nemours Mansion & Gardens (A.I. DuPont's home), Winterthur Museum, the Delaware Art Museum and Fort Delaware (a Civil War era fort constructed in the middle of the Delaware River).

In addition to the Brandywine Battlefield, for those interested, Elkton, Cooch's Bridge, Paoli, Philadelphia, Germantown, Valley Forge, and many other sites connected to the British Philadelphia Campaign of 1777-1778, are within easy reach. The colonial city of New Castle, first capital of Delaware and "The Williamsburg of the North" is only twenty minutes away. The nearby city of Wilmington - founded as a Swedish colony in 1638 - contains sites commemorating the first Swedish settlement (Fort Christina State Park on E. 7th Street, including a replica of the ship Kalmar Nyckel) and French assistance during the American Revolution (the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route and the Wilmington Opera House).

We truly hope that you enjoy your time in Delaware and experience everything this Small Wonder has to offer.

Patriotically,

Harry B. Roberts, III

Chairman, 2019 AMS Conference Committee

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CONTACT US

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION HEADQUARTERS & GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH LIBRARY

809 W. Main Street | Louisville, KY 40202

Phone: 502-589-1776
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Email: NSSAR@sar.org

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