The American Revolution: Ten Critical Days

Code: TT41456

Dates: March 23, 2023

Meets: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Radnor Financial Center

Course Fee: $175.00

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NEW Turn the clock back 250 years as you experience the American Revolution's "Ten Critical Days." Join MLSN instructor Major Lawrence Swesey, in an exciting exploration of the three battles that saved the Continental Army from destruction in the winter of 1776-1777. Cross the Delaware where Washington did, stand where General Knox directed canon fire at Trenton and walk the Princeton battlefield sites. The tour includes museums, multi-media representations, historical artifacts and conversations with reinactors. Lunch included at the historic Washington Crossing Inn. See pg. 57 of the catalogue for Maj. Swesey's Revolutionary War Course Offering. Please note the walking/standing scale for this activity is 2 FEET which means Moderate Walking and Some Standing.
Fee: $175.00
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Radnor Financial Center

150 N Radnor Chester Rd
Radnor, PA 19087
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Lawrence Swesey

I am a retired educator and military officer, married with three adult children. My educational experience is primarily in mentoring and instructing adult (both young and mature) students in a variety of disciplines. My professional educational career centered upon instructing juniors and seniors in a highly regarded academic public high school in Princeton Junction, New Jersey. My military career included a long assignment as a primary instructor at the U.S. Army’s Reserve Officer Advanced Course at Ft Knox, Kentucky. Additionally, my professional career included several years as an adjunct facility instructor at the college level. I have also, presented lectures, learning sessions and workshops at professional conferences and various organizations, developed and conducted educational tours of historical significant locations and mentored young professionals. After retiring from public school instruction I accepted a position as Adjunct Professor at Valley Forge Military College instructing Ethics and History. Since my professional retirement I have continued to give occasional lectures and conduct historical site educational tours. I also serve as a volunteer in the Museum Programs Department at The Benjamin Franklin Institute , Philadelphia, PA. Certifications and degrees include: Bachelor of Science The United States Military Academy, West Point, New York 1969 Master of Education Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1978 U.S. Army Instructor 275th U.S. Army Reserve School, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1985 Major educational assignments include: High School Teacher Lower Moreland High School Huntingdon Valley, PA High School Teacher Lower Merion School District Lower Merion, PA Advanced Course Inst U.S. Officer Reserve Advanced Course Ft Knox, KY High School Teacher West Windsor-Plainsboro Sch. Dis trict Princeton Junction, NJ Adjunct Professor Valley Forge Military College Wayne, PA

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