Date: Wednesday 12/8
Age Group: Ages 14+
Program Format: In-Person or via Zoom
Description: On December 25th, 1776, George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River near Trenton, New Jersey for a surprise attack during the Revolutionary War. Join local historian Jim Segrave-Daly for a lively discussion of one of the most pivotal moments in American history. From the reading of Thomas Paine’s American Crisis to the troops, the dangers & the Battles of Trenton & Princeton, we’ll uncover why George Washington’s plans saved the American cause in the Revolution.
You will have the choice to attend this event in person or via Zoom in the registration.
Instructor: Jim Segrave-Daly is a Havertown resident with a B.A. in History from Penn State. He is a volunteer history teacher & former VP of the Board at Haverford Township Adult School. He has presented nationwide to dozens of libraries & civic organizations and is the founder of History for Shut-Ins
Registration: Online registration required. Registration begins Monday 11/8