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Seminar Series: Benedict Arnold’s Navy with James Nelson 26 September 2020

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Welcome & Lecture at 11:00 AM ET, Q&A to Follow

Pre-registration is required and greatly appreciated. Admission is free and limited to the first 100 registrants.

 

Join us as author James Nelson recounts the amazing story of Benedict Arnold’s early Revolutionary heroics in his book Benedict Arnold’s Navy: The Ragtag Fleet That Lost the Battle of Lake Champlain but Won the American Revolution.

Before becoming America’s most famous traitor, Benedict Arnold was known as one of the greatest fighting generals of the Continental Army and is credited with building America’s first naval fleets.  Organizing a motley group of ships and vessels, Arnold was able to delay the British fleet from sailing down Lake Champlain to reinforce troops engaged in battle with a weary Continental Army.  With his shrewd leadership, many argued he saved the Revolution.

About the Author

James L. Nelson is the author of more than twenty works of maritime fiction and history. His books cover the gamut from Vikings to piracy in Colonial America, the naval action of the American Revolution and the Civil War. His novel Glory in the Name was the winner or the American Library Association/William Young Boyd Award for Best Military Fiction and his nonfiction George Washington’s Secret Navy won the Naval Order’s Samuel Eliot Morison Award for Naval History. He has lectured all over the country and appeared on the Discovery Channel, History Channel and BookTV. He currently lives in Harpswell with his former shipmate from the Golden Hinde, now wife, Lisa and two of their four children.

To purchase Benedict Arnold’s Navy in Kindle, softcover and hardcover formats, please click here.  For more information on James Nelson and his latest books and projects, please visit www.jameslnelson.com.

 

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