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Laurens County Museum Lecture on March 7: The Role of Enslaved People, Loyalists, and Native America



The Role of Enslaved People, Loyalists, and Native Americans in the Revolutionary War

The Revolutionary War Lecture Series at the Laurens County Museum continues on Tuesday, March 7, at 7:00 pm, at the Laurens County Museum. Dr. Jim Piecuch of Camden will speak about the many unheralded individuals and the roles they played during the American Revolution – for or against liberty from the British. His book Three Peoples, One King is one of just a few that address the issue.

The lecture is free for Laurens County Museum members and those 18 years old and under. There is a suggested donation of $5 for non-members of the Museum. Museum memberships will be available that evening.

For more information, call the Museum at (864)681-3678, or go to www.laurenscountymuseum.org or Laurens County Museum Facebook Page. The Museum is located at 116 South Public Square, Laurens, SC.

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