GEORGE WASHINGTON REMEMBERS NEW JERSEY
Washington was no stranger to New Jersey. From Trenton to Princeton to Morristown to Monmouth to Middlebrook, (and more), the General spent more time here than in any other state. Join General Washington as he reminisces about his brightest and darkest moments during the battles and encampments of the “Cockpit of the Revolution.” In this session, participants will learn more about New Jersey’s role in the American Revolution from the perspective of George Washington. Sponsored by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.
David Emerson - Historical Interpreter and Storyteller
David Emerson of History on the Hoof makes his living by being a character. For over 30 years, David has worked at living history museums as an independent storyteller, teaching history through the eyes of a “person of the past.” He is a veteran of Colonial Williamsburg, Plimoth Plantation, Morristown National Historical Park, and the Old Barracks Museum. David holds a BA in Philosophy from SUNY Oswego, with additional study at Alvescot College, Oxford and the College of William and Mary.
- Friday, November 2, 2018
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
- AUDITORIUM - ROOM A