Tuesday Talks with the Archaeological Society of Delaware
Tuesday, March 28, 2019 at 6 p.m.
Join Kim Burdick as she presents the interesting and informative “Voices of the Past: Stories from the Yorktown Campaign.” The Yorktown campaign led to the surrender of British General Corwallis and his troops, with beginning peace negotiations occured soon after.
Resident Manager of the historic Hale Byrnes House, Kim Burdick is the founder of the American Revolution Round Table of Northern Delaware. She is a frequent contributor to Journal of the American Revolution. Her book, “Revolutionary Delaware” was awarded 1st place in the 2016 statewide writer’s competition held annually by the Delaware Press Association. Kim is a Past Chairman of the Delaware Humanities Council and a Delaware Advisor Emerita of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She currently serves as Executive Director of People to People Delaware. She holds an MA in American Folk Culture and Museum Studies from Cooperstown and an MPA in Agency Management from the University of Delaware.
This program is sponsored by the Archaeological Society of Delaware.
Please join us each month for an educational and interesting presentation of historical interest in and around Delaware, held on the last Tuesday of the month at 6:00 pm.