FREE Summer Sunday Lecture Series: The Role of Local Militia in the Crossing
July 23 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Larry Kidder, a retired high school teacher, will discuss The Critical Role of Local Militia in the Crossing and march to Trenton.
For more than thirty-five years, Larry has been a volunteer at the Howell Living History Farm, part of the Mercer County Park System, where he has served as an historian, interpreter, and draft horse teamster.
Larry is the author of five books focusing on the American Revolution in the Mercer County region. Active in historical societies in Ewing (past president), Hopewell (also a past president), and Lawrence townships, Larry has worked on several projects for Crossroads of the American Revolution, including as editor for its Meet Your Revolutionary Neighbors project and consultant for the creation of its recent Ten Crucial Days Audio Tour. He is also a consultant and battlefield tour guide for the Princeton Battlefield Society. As a founding member of the non-profit TenCrucialDays.org he helps narrate full-day bus tours of Ten Crucial Days sites.