Historical Society of Pennsylvania

I took the train into Philadelphia today for an evening book talk and signing at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. My talk on The Way of Improvement Leads Home was part of a program entitled “The People of Revolutionary America.” I shared the night with John Nagy, an independent historian and the author of Rebellion in the Ranks. John probably knows more about mutinies during the American Revolution than anyone else alive. Thanks to Christi B. for the invitation.

I am off to Ohio tomorrow morning for the biennial meeting of the Conference on Faith and History.

2 thoughts on “Historical Society of Pennsylvania

  1. Brings back memories. I found some great sermon materials at HSP two summers ago during diss. research. As with Russ, give my regards to the CFH folks. Wish I could be there.

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