“The Black Soldier in the Revolutionary War” – Feb. 5 TalkPosted on January 17, 2017
The Millstone Valley Preservation Coalition in partnership with the Hillsborough Reformed Church proudly presents:
The Black Soldier in the American Revolutionary War
an interpretation by Joe Becton
Sun., Feb. 5, 2017, 2 to 4 p.m.
Hillsborough Reformed Church
One Amwell Rd, Millstone Borough, NJ 08844
Memorial Hall Building
Award winning interpreter, Joe Becton of Philadelphia, has spoken in schools, historic sites, churches, colleges, libraries, and at Fort Mifflin. By presenting stories of black soldiers, free or enslaved, rebel or loyalist, the hero “Jack Sisson” illuminates their forgotten service at the birth of our nation.
Honoring Black History Month, the 250th Anniversary of the Hillsborough Reformed Church and the Millstone Valley National Scenic Byway.
Free Admission – donations appreciated
Presentation followed by Q&A, coffee/cake and a brief tour of the HRC sanctuary.
Phone: 732-873-2999 Facebook page: MillstoneValleyScenicByway
http://hillsboroughreformedchurch.org/ (with link to directions)
Source: Millstone Valley Preservation Coalition