51st ANNUAL MEETING on Saturday, 18 May 2019
Sans Souci Restaurant
2003 North Broad Street, Berlin Turnpike, Meriden, CT
10:30 a.m. REGISTRATION
11:00 a.m. BUSINESS MEETING
1:15 p.m. PROGRAM featuring Damien Cregeau presenting “Spies and Traitors of Connecticut during the American Revolution”
The talk includes interesting information on why Nathan Hale failed as a spy, the famous Culper Spy Ring of New York, Long Island and Connecticut, General Benedict Arnold’s treason, and lesser known spies from Connecticut. It also includes a fascinating look at the techniques used by spies as well as General Arnold, including invisible ink, ciphers and codes.
Historian Damien Cregeau earned his B.A. in history from Hillsdale College in Michigan and his M.A. in history from Colorado State University. After teaching history for several years at independent schools, Mr. Cregeau has since 2007 given lectures on colonial American history throughout the northeast, including dozens of PowerPoint slideshow presentations on spies during the American Revolution.
– OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – COST: $29 PER PERSON –
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