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A Revolutionary Lecture Series at the General Warren Inne

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General Warren Inne

Join us in our second year of this popular and tasty series of lecture series that benefits a great cause the — Paoli Battlefield Historical Park — a National Treasure! Funds and donations will help secure National Historic Landmark status, archeological surveys, recreating the 1777 view-scape, ceremonial and educational programs, reenactments and Park improvements. The Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund (PBPF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

The General Warren Inne played an important role in the Battle of Paoli and has long supported efforts for public education and to preserve our local heritage.

Based on feedback we received from you, we have revamped our check out process to better serve you. Starting with the September lecture, you will pay $49 for the dinner buffet, non-alcoholic beverages, as you have in the past, but now also included is the tax and gratuity so that all of your charges can be prepaid to allow for faster check out process. We kept the price the same with no check out at the end of the night. Alcoholic beverages are not included and will be additional.

Access to the room begins at 5:45 and buffet commences at 6 PM sharp. The Lecture begins promptly at 6:40 pm. Q & A begins at approximately 8:00.

Seating is limited, so watch our website’s Calendar for on-line pre-registration and payment information as the lectures approach. All registration will be done through the General Warren Inne to avoid any overbooking.

Thank you for your interest and support. We are looking forward to seeing you at our lectures and enjoy specially recreated 18th Century fare by a Zagat top-rated restaurant. Your support will help preserve our heritage for future generations.

Bruce A. Knapp President

View our Calendar for the most up-to-date information.

 

The Details

HOLD THESE DATES! The Lectures Will Now be Held on Monday Evenings

  • September 9, 2013 — Africans in the Revolution — Presented by Joe Becton and Noah Lewis
  • October 14, 2013 — British Occupation of Valley Forge — Presented by Tom McGurie
  • November 11, 2013 — Archeology of the Battle of Cooch's Bridge Delaware — Presented by Wade Catts
  • January 13, 2014 — Memorials, Markers and Memory in Chester County, Past and Present — Presented by Rob Lukens
  • February 10, 2014 — Results from the Sept 28th Paranormal Investigation of Paoli Battlefield — Presented by Laurie Hull
  • March 10, 2014 — Reporting the Revolution — Presented by Bruce Mowday
  • April 14, 2014 — Battle of Quebec — Presented by Dr. Michael Gabriel

We have a great line-up of Speakers — Check the website for Updates!

2011-2012 Speaker Series Presentations:

  • Mapping the Battles of 1777 by Sean Moir
  • Stop the Revolution by Thomas McGuire
  • The Turtle — A Revolutionary Invention: The Submarine by Michael Kochan
  • The British Army during The American Revolution by Dr. Gregory Urwin
  • Lancaster Road and The American Revolution by Thomas McGuire

2012-2013 Speaker Series Presentations:

  • Spies in the Continental Capital: Espionage Across Pennsylvania During the American Revolution — by John Nagy
  • Follow the Drum: A New Look at the Valley Forge Encampment through the eyes of the women who lived it — by Dr. Nancy Loane
  • The American Revolution Center — by Dr. Scott Stephenson
  • The Revolution & The Paranormal — by Laurie Hull
  • The Rhode Island Campaign: The First French and American Operation in the Revolutionary War — by author Christian M. McBurney
  • The Battle of Bennington — by Dr. Michael Gabriel