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TO BE RESCHEDULED...... “UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION”

Updated: Jan 9

TUESDAY – JANUARY 9, 2023 – 7:00 PM

LAURENS COUNTY MUSEUM


DUE TO INCLIMATE WEATHER CONDITONS,

THIS LECTURE HAS BEEN POSTPHONED.

RESCHEDULING WILL BE ANNOUNCED HERE SOON.



Dr. Erick Nason, retired Army Special Forces Noncommissioned Officer, and military historian, will speak at the Laurens County Museum on Tuesday, January 9, at 7:00 PM. about “Unconventional Warfare in the Colonies”.


Dr. Nason is a published author with his books including an autobiography covering his time in Special Forces in Iraq and his series “In the Presence of Wolves”. The series follows his main character from the early days of Roger’s Rangers to his time serving in the American Revolution with Francis Marion. Dr. Nason will have his books available for sale at the lecture.

In addition to his distinguished military career, his degrees include a BA in World History, MS in Military Studies - the American Revolution, and a doctorate in education, specializing in teaching history and leadership. His area of expertise is colonial warfare, covering the French and Indian War to the American Revolution.


An avid reenactor since 1987, Dr. Nason is the present Commander of the 2nd Regiment, South Carolina Continental Line and the Chairman of the Continental Line that includes reenacting groups from Maine to Georgia. He is very involved with South Carolina organizations that educate, preserve battlegrounds and research our Revolutionary War history.


This lecture is sponsored by The South Carolina Sons of the American Revolution and will provide light refreshments for the evening. Also assisting with the sponsorship is The Laurens County Revolutionary War 250th Committee.


The Laurens County Museum

116 South Public Square - Laurens, South Carolina

A suggested donation of $5 for those not members of the Museum

Members and those 18 years of age and under are free


For more information, call (864)681-3678 or go to www.laurenscountymuseum.org.

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