• Dinner with First Lady Abigail Adams

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    Mecklenburg Chapter Invites You & Guests to Attend Dinner with First Lady Abigail Adams Thursday, November 14, 2019 6:00pm at Charlotte Executive Park Hilton We are pleased to welcome Ms. Abigail Adams! Abigail Adams was the wife and closest advisor of John Adams, as well as the mother of John Quincy Adams. She is sometimes considered […]

  • North Carolina’s Missing Bill of Rights

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    The Mecklenburg Chapter Invites You to a Very Special Chapter Dinner “Who Stole North Carolina’s Original Copy of the Bill of Rights?” Thursday, September 19, 2019 6:00pm at the Charlotte Executive Park Hilton Grab your seats for one of the most exciting and thrilling stories you will hear about stolen and recovered North Carolina history! Join […]

  • Patriot John Carothers Grave Marking in Charlotte

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    The Mecklenburg Chapter, along with the Godfrey Dreher Chapter, SCSSAR, will conduct a grave marking beginning at 10:00am at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery for Patriot John Carothers (1755-1838). Patriot Carothers served with his brothers James (1750-1836) and Robert (1750-1837) in the Mecklenburg Militia under Colonel Robert Ervin during the American Revolution. They fought in […]

  • Mecklenburg Chapter Welcomes Little Big String Band

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    Make way for the Little Big String Band! The Little Big String Band is a vintage swing quartet with Violin, Flute, Guitar and Bass. The Mecklenburg chapter welcomes these dynamic musicians to give us all a great night of entertainment and music that we all will enjoy! These four amazing musicians will have your hands […]

  • Meeting Cancelled Because of Storms!

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    THIS MEETING IS CANCELLED BECAUSE OF THE STORMS IMPACTING THE REGION. WE HAVE HAD QUITE A FEW INQUIRIES ABOUT TRAVEL COMPLICATIONS SO WE ARE CANCELLING THIS MEETING. WE WILL BE CONTACTING YOU ABOUT TICKET REFUNDS. (POSTED 9:30AM ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 2018.)

  • Revolutionary War Artist Dan Nance Visits Charlotte

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    The Mecklenburg Chapter welcomes historical artist Dan Nance as our special guest for the May meeting! During his twenty year career, Nance has released over two dozen prints and graced numerous book and magazine covers, growing a wide audience of authoritative scholars and historical interpreters who respect his integrity, as well as faithful patrons and […]

  • Wreaths Across America – Mecklenburg

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    Join the Mecklenburg chapter for the annual Wreaths Across America ceremony and Veterans wreath laying ceremony at Forest Lawn East Cemetery, 3700 Forest Lawn Drive, Matthews, NC 28104 beginning at 12 noon. Color Guard is encouraged to attend. To participate, please contact Dave Alls at david.a.alls@gmail.com. Color Guard should arrive by 11:30am.

  • “Saving Col. Williams” in Charlotte

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    The Mecklenburg chapter in Charlotte welcomes back for the 4th year in a row, historical author and storyteller Randell Jones! You’ll delight in hearing Randell’s new story of “Saving Col. Williams,” which revolves around the SC Militia and the Lincoln County Militia at the Battle of Kings Mountain. Randell’s telling of the story attempts to rectify […]

  • Patriot Gen. Robert Irwin Grave Marking in Charlotte

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    The Mecklenburg chapter and the Gen. William Lee Davidson Chapter, Sons of the Revolution in NC, are co-sponsoring a joint grave marking ceremony for Patriot General Robert Irwin, signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. The ceremony begins at 10:30am at Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, 7407 Steele Creek Road, Charlotte, NC 28217. Color Guard members are […]

  • Revolutionary War Cherokee Chief Attakullakulla in Charlotte

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    The Mecklenburg chapter will welcome special guest Revolutionary War Cherokee Chief Attakullakulla on September 14, 2017 in Charlotte, NC at the Hilton Charlotte Executive Park Hotel. Attakullakulla was the Peace Chief of the Cherokee Nation from about 1754 until his death (ca.1780-1783). He was called the “most important Indian of his day.” He was trained […]