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<ul><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA </p><p>SEMINAR ON THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION FACULTY: Since 2004 2004: First John Buchanan, Boys, get up, Bennys Coming!: Daniel Morgan and the Battle of </p><p>Cowpens, 17 January 1781. Howard Burnham, dramatic presentation General John Burgoyne. Arthur B. Cohn, New Underwater Research on the American Revolution on Lake </p><p>Champlain. George C. Neumann, Foreign Arms that Saved the American Revolution. Barnet Schecter, The Battle for New York City: The Other Key to a Continent. Eric Schnitzer, The Women . . . Did Not Wash for Dutchmen: The Sad Story of </p><p>George Hundermark, a German British Soldier of Burgoynes Army from Canada. Nicholas Westbrook, A Damn Sink of a Place: The Winter of 1776-77 at Fort </p><p>Ticonderoga and Mount Independence. 2005: Second Annual Howard Burnham, dramatic presentation The Honour of Arms and the Good of </p><p>the Country: Lord Amherst Memorializes. John M. Cook, The Battle of Bunker Hill. Amy Butler Greenfield, A Revolutionary Red: The History of Cochineal. James Kochan, King Georges Sea Soldiers: British Marines in the American </p><p>Revolution. Arthur S. Lefkowitz, Eye Witness Images of the American Revolution. Marlene OHara, Fort Ticonderoga to Dorchester Heights: The Noble Train of </p><p>Artillery and Bostons Freedom. C.E. Pippenger, Benedict Arnold Wins the Revolution: The Saint Johns Raid of May </p><p>18, 1775. Len Travers, Who . . . would not covet such glorious wounds?: Independence Day </p><p>and the Creation of the American Veteran. Philip Weaver, 2nd New York Provincial Battalion and the Assault on Quebec </p><p>(December 31, 1775). LeGrand Weller, Introduction to Using the Searchable CD-ROM of Peter Forces </p><p>American Archives. </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 2 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>Nicholas Westbrook, Introduction to Using the Searchable CD-ROM of Peter Forces American Archives. </p><p>Marko Zlatich, Toward an Inventory of Revolutionary War Era Uniforms in North American Public Collections. </p><p> 2006: Third Annual William Ahearn, The Brown Bess Musket in Colonial America. Richard Brooks, Terror in the South Carolina Backcountry 1781. Howard Burnham, dramatic presentation One Battle May Give Us America, or </p><p>Never Play Hockey with a Bishop: Lord Cornwallis in America. Thomas Desjardin, Through a Howling Wilderness: Benedict Arnolds Attack on </p><p>Quebec 1775. Michael Gadue, LTC Friederich BaumA Figure Little Known to History. Don Hagist, Roger Lamb, Common British Soldier. Thomas Hughes, Americas First Public Sector Historic Site: Washingtons Newburgh </p><p>Headquarters, estab. 1850. Anne McCarty, A Passion for Freedom: Thaddeus Kosciuszko. James Nelson, Benedict Arnolds Navy. Erick Tichonuk, Memoirs of a Replica Gunboat Captain: Captain Rue and the </p><p>Continental Gondola Philadelphia. 2007: Fourth Annual Howard Burnham, dramatic presentation The Bubble Reputation: Bloody Ban </p><p>Tarleton Reflects. Richard Colton, The Springfield Laboratory. John Ferling, Memory and War: Reassessing the Revolutionary War. Kevin Graffagnino, The Gods of the Valleys are not Gods of the Hills: The </p><p>Quotable Ethan Allen. Donald Londahl-Smidt, The Germans in Burgoynes Army 1777. George C. Neumann, Washingtons 2nd Army at Monmouth. Perry Pickert, Dj vu All Over Again: The Intelligence Lessons of the Battle of </p><p>Saratoga for the War in Iraq. Willard Sterne Randall, William Franklin: For King and Country. John U. Rees, The Pleasure of their number: 1778Crisis, Conscription, and </p><p>Revolutionary Soldiers Recollections. Richard Strum, Henry Knox: Beyond the Noble Train of Artillery. </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 3 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>Phil Weaver, The 3rd New Jersey in New-York: Stories from The Jersey Greys of 1776. </p><p> 2008: Fifth Annual Todd Braisted, Royalist Corps on the Burgoyne Campaign. Joseph Fischer, Creating a Respectable Army: the Sullivan Campaign as Institutional </p><p>Case Study. Erik Goldstein, Rethinking the Potter: the Truth Behind the Revolutionary Wars </p><p>Ultimate Sword. Jim Hogue, dramatic presentation The Gods of the Hills: Ethan Allen. Holly Mayer, Congress Own: French Canadian Continentals and Camp Followers. James Nelson, George Washingtons Secret Navy. Seanegan Sculley, Men of the Meanest Sort: Military Leadership and War in New </p><p>England, 1745-1775. William Troppman, With Pen and Sword: Benjamin Franklin at War (1775-1783). Mark Turdo, Why Us? The Moravians and Revolutionary America. Glenn F. Williams, The Siege of Yorktown: The Decisive Engagement of the </p><p>American War for Independence. 2009: Sixth Annual Russell Bourne, The Boston-Fort Ticonderoga Connection. Howard Burnham, North Laurels and Southern Willows: General Gates Defends </p><p>Himself, December 1780 Douglas Egerton, Judging the Founders: Slavery and the Roads Not Taken. John Fea, The Presbyterian Rebellion: Christianity and the American Revolution. Joseph R. Fischer, The American Revolution Considered as a Peoples War: the US </p><p>Army Command and Staff College Approach. Sean Grady, Rendezvous with Treason: The Arnold-Andr Conspiracy. James Kirby Martin, Forgotten Allies: The Oneida Indians, the Six Nations, and the </p><p>American Revolution. George C. Neumann, How Greene Lost Every Battle and Saved the South. Gary Petagine, Rendezvous with Treason: The Arnold-Andr Conspiracy. Eric Schnitzer, Yes, but Should you Trust it?: Researching Historical Artwork and </p><p>using Artwork for Historical Research. Robert A. Selig, French War Aims and the Caribbean Islands, 1781-1783. </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 4 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>2010: Seventh Annual Thomas M. Barker and Paul R. Huey, America War for Independence or </p><p>Revolution? Todd W. Braisted, Benedict Arnold &amp; The American Legion: The Generals Post-</p><p>Continental Career in His Majestys Service. Steven C. Bullock, Freemasonry in the American Revolution. Howard Burnham, Thirty Wagons and a Wine Cellar: Johnny Burgoynes </p><p>Midadventure. Douglas R. Cubbison, Before the Hangman, The Reconstruction of an American </p><p>Army at Fort Ticonderoga, July-October 1776. Michael P. Gabriel, There Was Not Much Ceremony About the Organization of the </p><p>Volunteers: The Battle of Bennington. Nancy K. Loane, A Fresh Look at the Valley Forge Encampment: The Women at </p><p>Camp. John V. Quarstein, Decision at the Chesapeake. Richard M. Strum, Enough to Kill Well Men: A Glimpse at Life in the </p><p>Continental Army at Ticonderoga in 1776. Gavin K. Watt, A Dirty, Trifling, Piece of Business, Volume I: The Revolutionary </p><p>War as Waged from Canada in 1781. 2011: Eighth Annual Richard Archer, Boston and Revolution. Lawrence Babits, Mythology of Guilford Courthouse. Howard Burnham, Hero of Two Worlds: Lafayette in 1825. John Fea, Religion and the Founding Fathers. John A. Nagy, Spycraft in the American Revolution. James L. Nelson, The Battle of Bunker Hill and the Beginnings of the American </p><p>Revolution. George C. Neumann, George Rogers Clarks Western Campaigns. John F. Tobin, The Boston Massacre Trials. Andrew Wehrman, The Peoples Cure: A Reconsideration of General George </p><p>Washingtons Decision to Inoculate the Continental Army. 2012: Ninth Annual Thomas B. Allen, Tracking Down the Tories. </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 5 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>Benjamin L. Carp, Teapot in a Tempest: The Boston Tea Party and the Path to War. </p><p>Christopher D. Fox, Bullets and Blades: The Weapons of Americas Colonial Wars and Revolution. </p><p>Peter Gilmore, William Irvine and the Politics of Ethnicity in the Early Republic. David C. Glenn, Benedict Arnolds Battle of Valcour, October 11-13, 1776: Myths </p><p>and the Possible Cover-Up. Stuart Lilie, Eighteenth-Century Weapons by Night (guided tour). Joyce Lee Malcolm, New England Slaves and the American Revolution. Marla Miller, Betsy Ross: The Life Behind the Legend. Andrew OShaughnessy, British Leadership during the Revolutionary War: Sir </p><p>Henry Clinton as Commander-in-Chief. Phil Weaver, Samuel Wire and the Cowboys: An Exercise in Research Frustration. 2013: Tenth Annual Alexander Cain, I See Nothing But the Horrors of a Civil War: Loyalists in the </p><p>Champlain Valley. Stephen H. Case and Mark Jacob, Peggy Shippenthe Mysteries of a Treacherous </p><p>Life. Cameron Green, The Things Ezra Tilden Carried. Phil Mead, Such things ought not to be: Joseph Plumb Martin and the Lessons of </p><p>Revolutionary War Service. Robert A. Selig, The Politics of Arming America, or: Why are there no Vallire 4-lb. </p><p>Cannon in France? Benjamin Smith, Following Knoxs Trail. Aaron Sullivan, A War for Consent: Disaffection, Coercion, and the British </p><p>Occupation of Philadelphia. William Troppman, The Sword of the Lord and of Washington: The Role and </p><p>Influence of Patriot Chaplains in the American Revolution. Bruce Venter, Hulled Between Wind and Water: The Attack on Diamond Island, </p><p>Lake Georges only Naval Battle. 2014: Eleventh Annual Todd Andrlik, Reporting the Revolutionary War. Todd Andrlik, Todd Braisted, and Don Hagist, From Hobby to History Book: </p><p>Achieving success in historical research and writing when its not your day job. </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 6 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>Todd Braisted, The American Vicars of Bray: New Areas for Research in Loyalist &amp; Continental Army Studies. </p><p>Thomas Chambers, The Shin and Thigh Bones of Abercrombies Men: Remembering 1758 at Ticonderoga, the First Hundred Years. </p><p>Ted Corbett, Ticonderoga after 1777. Steven Elliott, Civil-Military Relations in the War of Independence: The Case of the </p><p>1780 Morristown Encampment. Cameron Green, Lodging as the Nature of the Campaign will admit: Soldiers </p><p>Huts at Ty in 1776. Don Hagist, From Concept to Hardcover: Researching and Writing British Soldiers, </p><p>American War. Arthur Lefkowtiz, The 1775 Arnold Expedition, Benedict Arnolds Audacious </p><p>Campaign to Capture Quebec. Richard C. Wiggin, Embattled Farmers: Human Stories of the Ordinary Men from </p><p>Massachusetts who Fought the American Revolution. AFFILIATIONS William Ahearn, collector and author Thomas B. Allen, author Todd Andrlik, author and editor of The Journal of the American Revolution Richard Archer, History Professor Emeritus, Whittier College, and author Lawrence Babits, Director, Program in Maritime Studies, East Carolina University and </p><p>author Thomas M. Barker, Professor Emeritus, the University at Albany, and author Russell Bourne, author and former editor/publisher of American Heritage Books Todd Braisted, independent historian and founder of the Loyalist Institute Richard Brooks, Savannah River Archaeological Program, University of South Carolina John Buchanan, historian and author Steven C. Bullock, Professor of History at Worcester Polytechnic Institute and author Howard Burnham, actor Alexander Cain, independent historian and attorney Benjamin L. Carp, author and Tufts University Stephen H. Case, author and member of the board of the American Revolution Center Thomas Chambers, Niagara University Arthur B. Cohn, Executive Director, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, and author </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 7 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>Richard Colton, Springfield Armory National Historic Site. John Cook, former National Park Service Park Ranger Ted Corbett, author Douglas R. Cubbison, military historian and author Thomas Desjardin, historian and author Douglas Egerton, author and LeMoyne College Steven Elliott, Temple University John Fea, author and Messiah College John Ferling, author and University of West Georgia (emeritus) Joseph R. Fischer, author and US Army Command and General Staff College Michael P. Gabriel, Professor of History at Kutztown University and author Michael Gadue, independent historian Peter Gilmore, independent historian David C. Glenn, independent historian Erik Goldstein, Colonial Williamsburg and author Sean Grady, educator and independent historian Kevin Graffagnino, Executive Director, Vermont Historical Society and author Cameron Green, Military Programs Supervisor at Fort Ticonderoga Amy Butler Greenfield, author Don Hagist, independent researcher and author Jim Hogue, actor Paul R. Huey, archaeologist, NYS Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation Thomas Hughes, site manager at Crown Point State Historic Site Mark Jacob, author and newspaper editor James Kochan, former curator and author Arthur S. Lefkowitz, author Stuart Lilie, Director of Interpretation, Fort Ticonderoga Nancy K. Loane, author Lt. Col. Donald Londahl-Smidt, Director of the Johannes Schwalm Historical </p><p>Association Joyce Lee Malcolm, author and George Mason University Law School James Kirby Martin, author and University of Houston Holly Mayer, Duquesne University and author Anne McCarty, former Director of Membership and Special Initiatives, Fort </p><p>Ticonderoga Philip Mead, Harvard University </p></li><li><p>FORT TICONDEROGA: Seminar on the American Revolution page 8 Faculty, 2004-14 </p><p>Marla Miller, University of Massachusetts Amherst John A. Nagy, Saint Francis University and author James L. Nelson, historian and author George C. Neumann, collector and author Marlene OHara, student at the Boston Latin School and winner of the Fort </p><p>Ticonderoga-South Boston Evacuation Day Essay Contest 2005 Andrew OShaughnessy, Saunders Director of the Robert H. Smith International </p><p>Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello Gary Petagine, educator and independent historian Perry Pickert, Catholic University C.E. Pippenger, researcher John V. Quarstein, Virginia War Museum and author Willard Sterne Randall, Champlain College and author John U. Rees, independent historian Barnet Schecter, historian and author Eric Schnitzer, Park Ranger and Historian, Saratoga National Historical Park Seanegan Sculley, United States Military Academy and author Robert A. Selig, independent historian Benjamin Smith, author Richard Strum, Director of Education, Fort Ticonderoga and author Aaron Sullivan, Temple University. Erick Tichonuk, underwater archaeologist and Director of Education, Lake Champlain </p><p>Maritime Museum John F. Tobin, attorney Len Travers, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth and author William Troppman, Park Ranger, Valley Forge National Historical Park Mark Turdo, Assistant Curator, Fort Ticonderoga Bruce Venter, Independent historian and president of Americas History LLC Gavin K. Watt, Living historian and author Philip Weaver, researcher Andrew Wehrman, Marietta College Dr. LeGrand Weller, University of Texas (ret.) and oil company executive (ret.) Nicholas Westbrook, Executive Director (emeritus), Fort Ticonderoga Richard C. Wiggin, author Glenn F. Williams, Senior Historian, National Museum of the US Army, and author Marko Zlatich, researcher at the Smithsonian and author </p><p>FORT TICONDEROGASEMINAR ON THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION</p></li></ul>