Lecture at Brookfield Museum on The Battle of Plattsburgh and New Orleans the Final Dramas of the War of 1812
7:30 P.M., Monday, August 6, 2012 at Brookfield Museum, 165 Whisconier Road (Junction of Routes 25 and 133) Brookfield Center
, as part of their American Military Forum, will host a multi-media presentation on the War of 1812. The speaker will be local attorney and former Probate Judge Joseph Secola, also a member of the Society’s Board of Directors.
Secola will focus on the last two major engagements of the War, The Battle of Plattsburgh or Lake Champlain in the north and The Battle of New Orleans in the south. Each has a unique place in history; one resulting in the denial of territorial claims against the U.S. by the British and the other giving rise to a future presidency.
Following the program complimentary refreshments will be served.
For more information log onto www.brookfieldcthistory.org.