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Detective Stories: How we are still learning about the American Revolution today 

When: Thu., Nov. 9, 6-7:15 p.m. 2017
Phone: (843) 722-2996
Email: sdibella-olson@charlestonmuseum.org
Price: Free to attend
www.charlestonmuseum.org/news-events/events/the-historians-craft-lecture-series-part-3-detective-stories-how-we-are-still-learning-about-the-american-revolution-today
Join Carl Borick, Director of The Charleston Museum, as he discusses his quest to uncover the story of the Revolutionary War Siege of Charleston and the fates of the American soldiers who were captured during the siege. Borick will discuss the inspiration for his two books, how advances in technology have made historical research accessible to almost anyone, the unexpected conclusions that arose as he studied the events and men of the Revolution, and the open-ended questions that are still to be answered about the Revolutionary War in South Carolina.
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