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Saratoga Program by Institute for Archaeology, History and Education

Announcement from Leslie Potter, Battle of Saratoga historian”

As part of its annual teachers’ conference, The Institute for
Archaeology, History and Education is presenting an historical program
on the Battle of Saratoga at the Saratoga Springs Visitor’s Center, in
Saratoga Springs, NY on the morning of Saturday, May 31, 2008. This
program is open to the public. The schedule that the Institute of
History, Archaeology, and Education, sent me is at follows:

Saturday, May 31, 2008 (9:00 — 11:30 a.m.) at the Saratoga Springs
Visitor Center

9:00 Welcome and Introductions

9:15 “British Strategy: Saratoga and the Reconquest of the American
Colonies” ? Ray Raymond, SUNY, United States Military Academy

10:30 “Explaining Defeat Back Home to the Higher-Ups: Burgoyne’s
Rationale for the British Defeat,” Leslie Potter

Should you desire additional information on the Institute’s Saturday
morning program, please contact Dr. Peter Feinman at:

Institute of History, Archaeology, and Education
PO Box 41
Purchase, NY 10577
914-933-0440
feinmanp@ihare.org

http://www.ihare.org/

I am honored to be one of the historians, whom Dr. Feinman asked to
participate in this program. Since the program is open to the public, I
would like to take this opportunity to extend an invitation to all of
the list members to attend. If you can not attend, please know that you
were wanted. On a more personal note, I would love to see and meet the
fine folks with whom I have been corresponding through these lists for
so many years. Additionally, I should add that speaking to large
audiences does not scare me, but speaking to a room full of empty room
does. So I hope to see you in two weeks at the Saratoga Springs
Visitors’ Center.

Sincerely,

Leslie Potter
Glen Mills, PA
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