American Revolutionary War in the South

NEW! American Revolutionary War in the South
6 sessions, 12 hours

The course explores the most interesting part of the American Revolutionary War and its culmination in the British surrender at Yorktown. The loyalist-rebel relations were particularly hateful and were inter-woven with the more formal military campaigns. Learn how the American Army was able to wear down the British and sustain the rebellion to its victorious conclusion.

Instructor: James H. “Jim” Hubbard has had an enduring interest in military history for more than sixty years and enjoys sharing his passion with students who have an interest in history. Jim is a retired Federal employee who, after service in the United States Army, spent his entire civilian career in the field of National Intelligence. He has moved to Frederick County from Anne Arundel County where he was active in the Peer Learning Partnership of the community college there.

ILR769 American Revolutionary War in the South
4-Digit Number: 3587
Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Apr. 20 – May 25
Location: Conference Center (E Building) /E106
Tuition: $39   Fee: $80   Total: $119
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only: $80

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