Why the American Revolution is Still Relevant

Friday, November 1, 2019 - 6:00pm

The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati and the Historic Camden Foundation request the pleasure of your company for a special panel discussion: Why the American Revolution is Still Relevant.  A blue ribbon panel will be led by our Executive Director, Jack Warren will include the distinguished University of South Carolina historians Walter Edgar and Woody Holton. 

The event will be held in Camden at the iconic Robert Mills Courthouse.  Click on this link to register:   As space is limited, please register early.  Deadline is October 24 

WHEN:  Friday night, November 1, 2019

WHAT:  The American Revolution Institute will present a reception and panel discussion led by Jack Warren and featuring Walter Edgar and Woody Holton of the University of South Carolina.

WHY:  The panel will discuss “Why the American Revolution Is Still Relevant.”

WHERE:  Robert Mills Courthouse in the heart of historic Camden at 607 South Broad Street 

TIME:  6:00 pm EDT for a reception, followed by the discussion at 6:30 pm.  



Robert Mills Courthouse, 607 Broad Street

Fee or Admissions Info

$35 - Register by Oct 24

Contact Phone Number

202-785-2040 x 447