Thursday, June 24, 2010

Battle of the Breach Round Table Event for Carolina Day Information

SCAR Fellows and friends of the Revolution:

Southern Campaigns Roundtable in Charleston, SC at the beautiful Old Exchange Building

( in the historic district on Saturday, June 26th.

Our hosts are Mike Coker and Doug MacIntyre. This will be a public invited event

so send this email on to your fiends and colleagues. We will have plenty of

space in the upstairs ballroom. Plan on joining us to start promptly at 10:00 am

and we should wrap-up by 4:00 pm – we'll stop for a "Dutch Treat" lunch.

Remember our Round Table is a participatory sport; bring your research interest,

questions, show and tell, for no-more than a 10 minute presentation. As guests

of the Old Exchange Building, they have waived their regular entrance fees for

our Roundtable. (Thanks to Tony Youmans and Mike Coker.)

Doug MacIntyre is working on interpretative signage for a new Revolutionary War

park on Sullivan's Island at Breach Inlet. He is anxious to show us his research

and get help and suggestions from our fellows.

Barbara Abernethy suggested we meet on the Isle of Palms (historic Long Island)

at the Boathouse at Breach Inlet, located at 101 Palm Blvd.

(, on the deck overlooking the Inlet from

Sir Henry Clinton and Lord Charles Cornwallis' prospective and get the feel of

the site about 6:00 pm on Friday evening. Sounds like a plan to me!

For more information, please contact:

Mike Coker


Doug MacIntyre


Mobile 843-860-9173

Home 843-577-1098


  1. Wish I could go, but sadly, North Dakota is a very long way from South Carolina.

  2. Would be a great family trip in the future.