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Monday, August 20 • 12:50pm - 2:20pm
Life and Times of the American Revolution LIMITED

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We bring history alive for the students. We present three aspects of life during 1776 time period; One presenter is dressed and outfitted as a Continental Soldier talking about the life of a soldier (his 4th great-grand-father), another is dressed as Western Frontiersmen and what life was like in the frontier and involvement in the American Revolution, and the third as an Officer talking about the daily life of a colonial children and family. We discuss documented personal challenges of that time period and have many period artifacts that are passed around for the students to inspect enhancing their experience. We have a 99% requested return rate by the schools and we are a No Cost event for the schools. If the teacher wishes they can have the students write about their experiences and we will return to hand out certificates to the top three papers.The team is very flexible, well educated on subject material and can tailor the presentations to the teacher's/instructor's needs.

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Fred Gilbert

Sons of the American Revolution
Mechanical Engineering Graduate from the UW, retired US Air Force Colonel, Researcher and Engineering officer designing and developing fighter jets and participated in the first 5 launches of the Space Shuttle with NASA.

Doug Nelson

Sons of the American Revolution
Mechanical Engineer from UW, retired Nuke Engineer US Navy

Monday August 20, 2018 12:50pm - 2:20pm PDT