The American Revolution in Westchester: From The Hudson To The Sound

Wednesday Aug/02/2023 @ 7:00 pm
Free Event

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American Revolution

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From July 9, 1776, when the Provincial Congress of the Province of New York took the vote that made the Declaration of Independence unanimous in White Plains, to the last day of the war seven years later, when the defeated British evacuated from New York City, Westchester County played a pivotal role in the American Revolution.

Revolutionary Westchester 250 President Constance Kehoe will highlight some of the Revolutionary War events that took place in Westchester, with a special emphasis on nautical engagements along the Hudson River and Long Island Sound. The presentation will cover well-known events—such as the treason of Benedict Arnold — as well as some lesser-known events that played out along the shores of the Hudson from Yonkers to West Point.

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Wednesday, Aug/02/2023 @ 7:00 pm

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Warner Library | 914-631-7734

 Free Event

Adults, Seniors, Over 18
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