Daniel Boone Footsteps

Speaking Schedule


Jan
1
to Dec 31

2016

Dec 4(Sun) - "Christmas in Danbury" Open House, Stokes County Museum of History, Danbury, NC, 2:00-5:00pm

Nov 3 (Thurs) - Mecklenburg Chapter, SAR - "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina" - Charlotte, NC, 6:30pm

Oct 21-22 (Fri-Sat) - "Saving Colonel Williams," 14th Annual Francis Marion Symposium, DuBose Campus, Central Carolina Technical College, Manning, SC; Saturday, 9:00am

Oct 19(Wed) - LIFE@Elon adult continuning education program, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," 2-hr program, 10am; Elon University, Elon, NC

Oct 18(Tues) - LIFE@Elon adult continuing education program, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," 2-hr program at 10am and at 1:30; Elon University, Elon, NC

Oct 15 (Sat) - Cherokee War of 1776 - Two speakers: Rob Rambo portraying Attakulllakulla; Co-sponsored by SAR, DAR, and High Point Museum; High Point, NC, 10am - Noon, Free. Limited seating. 

Oct 9 (Sun) - 6th Annual Boone Heritage Festival, Hickory Ridge Living History Museum (aka, Horn in the West theater), 10am - 4pm, exhibitor

Oct 8 (Sat) - Kings Mountain Historical Museum, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," Gateway Festival, Kings Mountain, NC, 2:00pm presentation

Oct 2 (Sun) - Revolutionary War Days, Historic Burke Foundation, McDowell House at Quaker Meadows, Morganton, NC, storyteller and exhibitor

Oct 1 (Sat) - Revolutionary War Days, Historic Burke Foundation, Catawba Greenway at Judge's, Morganton, NC, storyteller and exhibitor

Sept 24 (Sat) - "They Came Through Here on the Way to Kings Mountain," Visitor Center, South Mountain State Park, NC; 3:30 pm. 

Sept 17 (Sat) - "They Came Through Here on the Way to Kings Mountain," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, Charlotte Museum of History; 2:00 pm. 

Sept 17 (Sat) - "They Came Through Here on the Way to Kings Mountain," Frederick Hambright Chapter, DAR, Kings Mountain, NC; collaborative presentation with Bill Anderson; 10:30 am. 

Sept 11 (Sun) - Broad River Genealogical Society, "Rutherford's Expedition against the Cherokees, 1776," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, Neal Senior Center, Shelby, NC, 3:00pm

Sept 10 (Sat) - Mary Slocumb Chapter, DAR, "They Came Through Here to the Battle of Kings Mountain," presentation sponsored by the NC Humanities Council; 10:30am (?)

Sept 9 (Fri) - Robert Alvin Crum Studio, "Return to the Land of My Ancestors," exhibit reception, 223 Crowell Dr. Concord, NC, storyteller and book exhibitor, 5:30-8:30

Sept 6 (Tues) - Mecklenburg Historical Association Docents, "Rebecca Boone and Women of the Frontier," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council; Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, NC, 11:00am

Sept 3-4 (Sat - Sun) - Revolutionary Weekend, Latta Plantation

Aug 18-20 (Thur - Sat) - Contemporary Longrifle Association Annual Show, Lexington Convention Center, Lexington, KY, exhibitor; Thurs, noon-7; Fri, 8am-7pm; Sat 8am-4pm

July 15-16 (Fri-Sat) - Germanna Foundation Reunion, annual conference, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," Daniel Center, Culpeper Community College, Culpeper, VA

June 25 (Sat) - Opening Night, 65th Season, "Horn in the West," Boone, NC, exhibitor before performance

June 18-19 (Sat-Sun) - "A Gathering of Descendants," Fort Boonesborough State Park, Richmond, KY; storyteller, exhibitor; 9-5 Sat; 10-4 Sun

May 22 (Sun) - Ramsour's Mill Event, Lincoln County Historical Association; presentation on battle; exhibitor; Lincolnton, NC, 10am -4pm

May 21 (Sat) - "Washington in Salisbury" - 225th Anniversary celebration; exhibitor; Downtown Salisbury; 10am-4pm

May 14 (Sat) - Street Festival, High Point, NC, storyteller, 10am-5pm

May 13 (Fri) - Bienenstock Furniture Library, "Shop Talks," High Point, NC, exhibitor, storyteller, 10am-4pm 

May 12 (Thurs) - "Tapestry"-- my brief remarks at lunch to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Alexander Martin Chapter, NSDAR. First Presbyterian Church, Youth Hall, High Point, NC, 10:00-4:00

Apr 14 (Thurs) - Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Chapter, NCSDAR, "Trailing Daniel Boone--DAR marking Daniel Boone's Trail, 1912-1915," Charlotte, NC, 11:00am

Apr 12 (Tues) - Historic Halifax State Historic Site; "Battle Moore's Creek Bridge, first battle of Rev War in NC," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); 2:00pm

March 19 (Sat) - Lewisville Historical Association/Yadkin Valley Historical Association, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," Huntsville, NC; walk to Shallow Ford.

March 9 (Wed) - Cape Fear Revolutionary War Round Table - "Before They Were Heroes at Kings Mountain", (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program), Wilmington, NC, 7:00pm

Feb 25-26 (Thurs-Fri) - NC Council for the Social Studies annual conference, Koury Convention Center, Greensboro, NC, exhibitor

Feb 21 (Sun) - Charlotte Museum of History, 240th Anniversary of the Battle Moore's Creek Bridge, first battle of Rev War in NC, (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program), Charlotte, NC, 2:00pm

Feb 9 (Tues) - Nathanael Greene Chapter, SAR, Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, Greensboro, NC, 7:00pm

Feb 8 (Mon) - Surry County Genealogical Assn., TBA, (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program - pending), Mt. Airy, NC, 

Jan 30 (Sat) - Battle of Cowan's Ford Commemorative Ceremony, Mecklenburg Chapter, SAR, Hopewell Presbyterian Church, Huntersville, NC, 10am-11am, keynote speaker

Jan 17 (Sun) - Stokes County Historical Society, "Before They Were Heroes at Kings Mountain," NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program), Walnut Cove Public Library, Walnut Cove, NC, 2:00pm

Jan 14 (Thur) - Andrew Jackson Chapter, SAR, "Before They Were Heroes at Kings Mountain," Visitor Center, The Hermitage, Nashville, TN, 7:00pm

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Nov. 19 - Mecklenburg Chapter, SAR - "Where Was Daniel Boone During the American Revolution?"  - Charlotte, NC, 6:30pm

Nov 16 (Mon) - Prime Timers, "March of the Prisoners after Kings Mountain," First Presbyterian Church, Winston-Salem, NC, noon

Nov 12 (Thurs) - Emily Geiger Chapter, SCSDAR, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," Hilton Head, SC; 2:00pm

Nov 11 (Wed) -  Newcomers of Catawba County, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," cafe at Hickory Airport, (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program - pending); 10:30am

Nov 7 (Sat) - Fort Boonesborough State Park, Fort Boonesborough Foundation, 3 different talks, near Richmond, KY

Nov. 6 (Fri.) - 2015 Kentucky History Awards Ceremony, Kentucky Historical Society, recipient, Frankfort, KY, 5:30pm

Oct. 23-24 (Fri-Sat) - Francis Marion Symposium, Manning, SC; exhibitor

Oct. 10 (Sat) - Bethabara Chapter, SAR, Ceremony for the Battle of Shallowford, Huntersville, NC, TBA; speaker

Oct. 8 (Thurs) - Fort Chiswell Chapter, VSDAR, March of the Prisoner after Kings Mountain," Bristol Public Library, Bristol, VA, 6:00pm 

Sept 27 (Sun) - Revolutionary War Weekend, McDowell House at Quaker Meadows, Morganton, NC, 1:00-5:00pm

Sept 26 (Sat.) - Revolutionary War Weekend, Old Burke County Courthouse, Morganton, NC, 1:00-5:00pm; 

Sept 26 (Sat.) - Revolutionary War Weekend, Old Burke County Courthouse, Morganton, NC, 7:00pm, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"

Sept. 18-19 - fall Forum, Florida Society, NSDAR, Orlando, FL; exhibitor, presenter, and banquet speaker

Sept 9 (Wed) - Caldwell Heritage Museum, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," Coffee with the Curator Series, Lenoir, NC, 10:00am

Sept 8 (Tues.) - Alexander Martin Chapter, NCSDAR, High Point, NC, "Trailing Daniel Boone," High Point Country Club, 11:00am

Sept 5  (Sat) - Latta Plantation, Charlotte, NC; exhibitor and speaker; "Route of SC and Lincoln Co Militia to Battle of Kings Mountain," noon

Sept.1 (Tues.) - Mecklenburg Historical Association Docents, "They Came Through Here: Mecklenburg County's Connection to the Battle of Kings Mountain," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council; Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, NC, 11:00am

Aug 23 (Sunday) - Tryon Resolves, 240th anniversary, Schiele Museum, Gastonia, NC, presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council; event time: 1:00pm - 5:00pm; speak at 3:00

Aug 13-15 (Thur - Sat) - Contemporary Longrifle Association Annual Show, Lexington, KY, exhibitor

Aug 1-2 (Sat-Sun) - Fort Boonesborough State Park, storytelling and lectures each day; book signing. Kentucky.

July 22(Wed) - Linville Book Club, Linville, NC, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," 5:00pm

July 13 (Mon) - Summer Ventures Program, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, 6:00pm

June 30 - (Tues) - First Lady's Luncheon, National Society Sons of the American Revolution 125th National Conference, Audubon Country Club, Louisville, KY, "Trailing Daniel Boone"

June 29 (Mon.) - National Society, Sons of the American Revolution 125th National Conference, Louisville, KY, exhibitor

June 27 (Sat) - Opening weekend, "Liberty Mountain," Joy Performance Center, Kings Mountain, NC; exhibitor 2:00pm - 8:00pm

June 26 (Fri) - Opening Night, "Horn in the West," Boone, NC; exhibitor, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

June 24 (Wed) - Friends of the Ashe County Library, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program) West Jefferson, NC, 11:00

June 14 (Sun) - Fort Boonesborough State Park, Richmond, KY; storytelling & book signing, 10:00am - 4:00pm

June 13 (Sat) - Cumberland Gap NHP; exhibitor and book signing; noon - 5:00pm; Storytelling at park campground campfire, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," 8:00pm

May 30 (Sat) - Broad River Genealogical Society Open House; Shelby, NC; exhibitor, 10:00- 2:00pm

May 23 (Sat.) - The Charlotte Museum of History, Charlottte, NC, "Before They Heroes at King's Mountain," MecDec Day Event; presentation sponsored by the NC Humanities Council; 1:00pm

May 18 (Mon.) - Burke Co. Genealogical Society, Morganton, NC, Old Burke County Courthouse, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, 6:30pm, 

May 13-16 (Thur-Sat) - National Genealogical Society Conference, St. Charles, MO, exhibitor

May 5 (Tues.) - Forsyth Genealogical Society, Winston-Salem, NC, "Trailing Daniel Boone," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, 6:00pm

May 2 (Sat.) - "March to Liberty: A Frontier's Call for Freedom," (240th Anniversary Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence and Celebration of Lincoln County Militia, 1780), Scott Syfert speaks about "The First American Declaration of Independence?"; Randell Jones speaks about route and Lincoln County Militia to Battle of Kings Mountain. Lincoln County Historical Society, Lincolnton, NC, 10:30-12:30.

April 19 (Sunday) - Historic Bethabara Park, "March to Liberty: A Frontier's Call for Freedom," (240th Anniversary of Boone Trace, Lexington & Concord, and Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence), "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone"; Jim Williams will portray Col. William Polk of Mecklenburg County, discussing the events of the day, spring 1775. 

April 12 (Sunday) - Broad River Genealogical Society, Shelby, NC, Neal Senior Center, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, 3:00pm

March 24 (Tues.) - The Charlotte Museum of History, Charlotte, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," 6:00pm

March 21 (Sat.) - "March to Liberty: A Frontier's Call for Freedom," (240th Anniversary of Boone Trace, Lexington & Concord, and Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence), "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone"; Scott Syfert also speaks about "The First American Declaration of Independence?", Mooresville Public Library, Mooresville, NC, 10:30am - 12:30. 

March 19 (Thurs) - Catawba Valley Dinner Club, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program), 7:00pm

March 14 (Sat.) - Rowan Museum and Rowan History Club, "March to Liberty: A Frontier's Call for Freedom," (240th Anniversary of Boone Trace), "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," Rowan Museum, Salisbury, NC 10:30am

March 12 (Thurs.) - Fort Chiswell Chapter, VADAR, Bristol, VA/TN, "Trailing Daniel Boone," First Presbyterian Church, 701 Florida Ave., 2:30pm, 

March 4 (Wed.) - Kings Mountain Historical Museum, Kings Mountain, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, 6:00pm

Feb. 28 - Charlotte Museum of History, "March to Liberty: A Frontier's Call for Freedom," (240th Anniversary of Boone Trace), "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," Charlotte, NC, 1:00pm

Feb. 19 (Thurs.) - American Revolution Roundtable, Bluffton, SC, 11:30 am, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"

Feb. 18 (Wed.) - Spanish Wells Golf Club Wednesday Dinner, Hilton Head, SC, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone." 6:00pm

Feb. 16 (Mon.) - postponed to May 18 because of weather.

Feb. 12-13 (Thur-Fri) - North Carolina Council for the Social Studies annual conference, exhibitor, Greensboro, NC

January 16 (Fri) - Yadkin River Patriots Chapter, DAR, Albemarle, NC, Stanly County Library, 1:00pm; Trailing Daniel Boone

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Nov. 21-22 (Fri - Sat.) - OVNHT History Symposium

Nov. 20 (Thurs.) - Mecklenburg Chapter, SAR, Charlotte, NC, Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain, dinner 6:30pm, program, 7:15. 

Nov 1 & 2 (Sat-Sun) - Historic Camden, Camden, SC; exhibitor, speaker

Oct. 28 (Tues.) - Arbor Acres "Live and Learn" Series, Winston-Salem, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," 7:00pm

Oct 11 - OVNHT - Biggerstaff Plantation event

Sept 30 (Tues.) - "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," Lake James State Park, 5:00 pm, pavilion

Sept 25-Oct 7 - OVNHT 40th Reenactment March

Sept 20 (Sat.) - Apple Fest, Historic Bethabara Park, Winston-Salem, NC, exhibitor

Sept 13-14 (Sat-Sun) - Long Run Massacre and Floyd's Defeat, Shelbyville, KY, exhibitor, speaker at 11:00 Sat.

Sept 11-12 (Thurs-Fri) - Overmountain Victory Celebration, Museum of North Carolina Minerals, Spruce Pine, NC, NPS educational event, volunteer interpreter. 

Sept 10 (Wed.) - Iredell County Public Library, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program), 7:00 p.m.

Sept 9 (Tues.) - Battle of Kings Mountain Chapter, SAR, Kings Mountain, NC, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"; dinner and presentation, 6:30

Aug 14-16 (Thur-Sat) - Contemporary Longrifle Assn. Annual Show, Lexington, KY; exhibitor

Aug 13 (Wed) - Newcomers of Catawba County, Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain, cafe at Hickory Airport,  (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); 10:30am

July 31 (Thurs) - NC Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped; "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina"; Longleaf Pine Room, NC Museum of History, Raleigh, (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program), 10:00am 

July 22 - Sons of the American Revolution National Congress, Greenville, SC; authors' table, 9am - 6pm

June 28 (Sat) - High Country Festival of the Book, Watauga Public Library, Boone, NC, exhibitor

June 27 (Fri) - Opening Night, "Horn in the West," Boone, NC, exhibitor

June 13-14 (Fri-Sat) - "Boone Trace Dedication at The Cumberland Gap," Boone Society at Martin's Station and Cumberland Gap NHP, Cumberland Gap VA/TN/KY

June 12-14 - Genealogy Jamboree, Cumberland Gap, TN, exhibitor and speaker

May 19 (Mon) - Mebane Historical Society, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program) 7:00pm

May 7-10 - National Genealogical Society conference, Richmond, VA, exhibitor

May 3 (Sat.) - North Carolina Society, NSDAR, State Conference, Raleigh, NC, exhibitor, award ceremony

May 2 (Fri.) - Reynolda Rotary Club, Winston Room at LJVM Coliseum, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," 12:30

April 25-26 (Fri.-Sat) - Daniel Boone Wilderness Trail Assoc. Muster and Trade Fair at The Blockhouse, Natural Tunnel State Park, Clinchport, VA, exhibitor. 

April 21 (Mon.) - Farmville Public Library, Farmville, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina" (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); 6:30 pm

April 1 (Tues.) - The College Club, Pinehurst, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); 11:30 am

March 29 (Sat.) - Ohio Society, NSDAR, State Conference, Columbus, OH, banquet speaker

March 28 (Fri.) - Kentucky Society, NSDAR, State Conference, Lexington, KY, exhibitor

March 15 (Sat) - Shallow Ford Seminar & Walk, Yadkin County; 8:30 - 4:00; exhibitor

March 1 (Sat.),  - Twin Lakes Retirement Community, Burlington, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina" (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); 2:00 pm

Feb. 9 (Sun.) - Broad River Genealogical Society, Shelby, NC, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); 3:00pm

Jan. 25 (Sat.) - Iredell County Public Library, "Daniel Boone in North Carolina," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program; main library, Statesville, NC, 1:00 pm

Jan. 23 (Thurs) - Foothills Conservancy of North Carolina, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program); History Museum of Burke County, Morganton, NC, 6:00pm

Jan. 10-11 (Fri-Sat) - Overmountain Victory NH Trail Planning Conference, Asheville, NC, exhibitor

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2013

Dec. 14 (Sat.) -Wilkes Heritage Museum Open House, (exhibitor and book signing), Wilkesboro, NC

Dec. 6 (Fri.) - History Museum of Burke County, Morganton, NC, "Christmas Vendors Sale," (exhibitor and book signing); 3pm - 7pm

Nov. 20 (Wed.) - New Winston Museum/Winston-Salem Writers, "The Daniel Boone Wagon Train," 7:00pm

Nov. 16 (Sat.) - 32nd Annual Kentucky Book Fair, Frankfort, KY

Nov. 9 (Sat.) - Friends of the Lewisville Library Annual Meeting, Trailing Daniel Boone, Forsyth County Public Library, Lewisville Branch, Lewisville, NC, 10:30, (NC Humanities Council Road Scholars Program)

Oct. 20 (Sun.) - Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous, Yadkinville, NC, 1:00pm, "Daniel Boone's Trail in North Carolina"

Oct. 13 (Sun.) - Rededication of 1913 DAR marker for Daniel Boone's Trail, Yadkinville, NC; 2:00pm

Oct. 12 (Sat.) - Dist. 4 Chapters, NCSDAR, Trailing Daniel Boone, Mooresville Public Library. Mooresville, NC; 10:30

Oct. 11 (Fri.) - 8:00am - Rededication of 1913 Daniel Boone's Trail marker placed at Watauga Courthouse, Boone, NC. National Board members, NSDAR.

Oct. 10 (Thurs.) - Guilford Chapter, NCSDAR, Trailing Daniel Boone, Greensboro Country Club, 11:45, lunch

Oct. 5 (Sat.) - Walnut Grove Plantation, Roebuck, SC, FestiFall

Sept. 29 (Sun) - Revolutionary War Weekend, McDowell House, Morganton, NC, 10am-4pm

Sept. 28 (Sat) - Revolutionary War Weekend, Burke County Courthouse Square, Morganton, NC, 1-5 pm

Sept. 21 (Sat.) - Apple Fest '13 - Historic Bethabara Park, 9:30-4:30, Winston-Salem, NC

Sept 20 (Fri.) - Bell County Historical Society, Middlesboro, KY, 7:00pm, In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone. 

Sept 19 (Thurs.) - Kentucky Path Chapter, DAR, Middlesboro, KY, 11:30am, Holiday Inn Express, Trailing Daniel Boone

Sept 12 & 13 (Thurs-Fri) - Overmountain Victory Days, NPS, Museum of North Carolina Minerals, Spruce Pine, NC; storytelling for school groups, 9:00-2:00.

Sept. 10 (Tues) - Rowan History Club, Salisbury, NC, 7pm, Trailing Daniel Boone, (NCHC Road Scholars program)

Sept 5 - Surry County Historical Society, (15 miles west of Mt. Airy), 6:00pm, Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain, (NCHC Road Scholars program) 

Aug 16-17 (Fri-Sat) - Contemporary Longrifle Assn. Show, Lexington, KY, 8am-7pm and 8am to 4pm. 

Aug. 10 - Best of Our State - Washington Duke Inn, Durham, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," 9:00am

June 28-29 - Horn in the West - opening weekend, Boone, NC

June 27 (Thurs) - Virginia DAR Luncheon, National Press Club, DAR National Continental Congress, Washington, DC, "Marking Daniel Boone's Trail."

June 24 (Mon.) - Daniel Boone Heritage Canoe Trail, Boone's Cave Park, Churchland, NC, evening

June 22 (Sat.) - High Country Festival of the Book, Boone, NC (exhibitor); Watauga High School, 9am - 4pm

June 20 (Thurs.) - Jones House Community and Cultural Center,

Boone, NC, "Lunch & Learn," Daniel Boone Wagon Train, noon

June 17 (Mon.) - Primetimers, First Presbyterian Church, Winston-Salem, NC, The Daniel Boone Wagon Train, 6:30pm. 

June 11 (Tues.) - Capt. William Edmiston Chapter, DAR, Clarksville, TN, 11:30, Flag Day Luncheon speaker, Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain

June 7-8 (Fri.-Sat), Genealogy Jamboree, Cumberland Gap, TN (Exhibitor and speaker)

June 1 - Wilkes Genealogical Society, ( talks); morning, "Trailing Daniel Boone" (NCHC-sponsored); afternoon, "The Daniel Boone Wagon Train"; location TBA

May: (Personal tour of the West)

April 27 (Sat.) - Foothills Wine Festival, Foothills Conservancy, Morganton, NC, Noon, exhibitor

April 26 (Fri.) - North Carolina Society, NSDAR, State Conference,Durham, NC, 9AM, Trailing Daniel Boone

April 23 (Tues) - Haw River Historical Association, Haw River, NC, 

"Scoundrels, Rogues and Heroes of the Old North State," (NCHC Road Scholars program) 

April 20-21 (Sat. and Sun.) - Tennessee Society, NSDAR, State Conference, Franklin, TN, Sunday Brunch speaker, Trailing Daniel Boone

April 19 (Fri.) - Tennessee Kentucky Rifle Show, Museum of Appalachia, Norris, TN, (exhibitor)

April 18 (Thurs.) - Kingsport Public Library, two presentations: 6:00pm, In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone; 7:00pm, Trailing Daniel Boone.

April 13 (Sat.) - Redbud Festival, Barbourville, KY, author & exhibitor

April 5-6 (Fri.-Sat.) - KY DAR State Conference, Lexington, KY; Friday banquet keynote speaker: "Unrelenting Pursuit-the Campaign of the Overmountain Men to the Battle of Kings Mountain."

March 22-24 (Fri.- Sun.) - 36th Appalachian Studies Association Conference, ASU, Boone, NC, (exhibitor)

March 19 (Tues.) - Walkertown Area Historical Society, Walkertown Library, 6:30pm. Trailing Daniel Boone, (NCHC Road Scholars program)

March 15 (Fri.) - Eden Preservation Society, Leaksville UM Church, 7:00pm, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina"

Feb 21 (Thurs) - New Philadelphia Moravian Church, Funtastics, Winston-Salem, NC, 10:30 am, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone" 

Feb 15-16 - 20th Maryland-West Virginia-Virginia Kentucky Rifle Show, Harrisonburg, VA, exhibitor

Feb 6 - New Bern Historical Society, New Bern, NC, Luncheon, "Scoundrels, Rogues and Heroes of the Old North State," (NCHC Road Scholars program)

Jan. 15 (Tues.) -Alamance Battleground Chapter, Sons of the American Revolution, Burlington, NC, 7:00pm, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain." (NCHC Road Scholars program)

Jan. 12 (Sat.)  - Lifelong Learning Program, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, 1:30pm, (NCHC Road Scholars program)

Jan 8, 2013 (Tues.) - Col. Polk Chapter, DAR, Carolina Country Club, Raleigh; speaker, noon,Trailing Daniel Boone

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Dec. 2 (Sun.) - Bristol Historical Association, Christmas Luncheon, "Trailing Daniel Boone"

Nov. 19 (Mon.) - John Phifer Chapter, NCSSAR, Concord, NC, Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain, 7pm

Nov 10 (Sat.) - 31st Annual Kentucky Book Fair, Frankfort, KY

Nov 3 (Sat.) - Old North State Chapter, DAR, Winston-Salem, luncheon, 11am - 1pm, "Trailing Daniel Boone."

Oct. 25 (Thurs) - Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous, Yadkin County, "Famous and Infamous Women of NC," 1:30pm 

Oct. 20 & 21 - Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous, Yadkin County, "Daniel Boone's Trail--Then and Now," 1:00pm (Sun.)

Oct. 16 (Tues) - Friends of the Library, Smyth-Bland Regional Library, Marion, VA, 6:30, In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone

Oct. 13 (Sat.) - Boone Heritage Festival, Hickory Ridge Living History Museum, Boone, NC

Oct. 11 (Thurs.) - Daniel Boone Festival - Barbourville, KY

Oct. 9 (Tues.) - Alexander Martin Chapter, NSDAR, High Point University, 7pm, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"

Oct. 7 (Sun) - Biggerstaff Family Reunion, Bostic, NC, Private, 1pm. 

Oct. 7 (Sun) - Kings Mountain National Military Park, SC, 9am - noon, book signing before and after Wreath-laying ceremony.

Oct. 6 (Sat)  - Cowpens National Battlefield, Chesney, SC, talk and book signing, 4:30- 5:45, preceding "The Night Before" event.

Oct. 6 (Sat) - Gateway Festival, Kings Mountain, NC, exhibitor, 10am-3pm

Oct. 5 (Fri.) - Rutherford Historical Society, Rutherfordton, NC; "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," 7pm

Oct. 2. (Tues.) - Jamestown Public Library, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina," Friends of the Library History Series, 7:00pm.

Oct. 2 (Tues.) - Overmountain Victory NH Trail segment dedication, Smoot Park, N. Wilkesboro, NC, 11:45

Sept 21-22 (Fri-Sat.) - Overmountain Victory NH Trail History Symposium, Abingdon, VA, "The Real William Campbell"

Sept 15 (Sat.) - Applefest - Bethabara Historical Park, Winston-Salem, NC

Sept 11 (Tues.) - Rowan History Club, Salisbury, NC; "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain," 7:00pm, Rowan Museum

Sept 8 (Sat.) - Moravian Festival, Winston-Salem, NC

Aug 29-Sept 1 - Federation of Genealogical Societies, Birmingham, AL

Aug 17-19 - Contemporary Longrifle Association, exhibitor, Lexington, KY

Aug 3-4 - High Country Festival of the Book, Blowing Rock, NC

July 13 - Col. Isaac Shelby Chapter, SAR, presenter, 7:00pm, First Baptist Church, Shelbyville, KY

July 12 - John Marshall Chapter, DAR, presenter, 7:00pm, Louisville, KY

July 12, Kentucky History Education Conference, exhibitor, Frankfort, KY, 9:00am - 4:00pm

July 9 - Lewisville Historical Society, 7:00pm, Lewisville Branch, Forsyth County Public Library, Lewisville, NC (NC Humanities Council-funded program)

June 27 - July 1 - Boone Society Reunion (national meeting), banquet speaker (June 30), Nashville, TN

June 23 - Watauga County Public Library, "Trailing Daniel Boone," (NC Humanities Council funded program)

June 19 - Wilderness Trail Institute, Natural Tunnel State Park

June 16 - Flag Day and Fore-Father's Day Celebration, Marble Springs State Historic Site, Knoxville, TN; speaking at 11:00am and 1:30pm

June 15 - Opening Night, Horn in the West, Boone, NC

June 7-9 - Genealogy Jamboree, Cumberland Gap, TN, exhibitor and speaker

June 4 - Hampton History Museum, Hampton, VA, "The Campaign to the Battle of Kings Mountain," 7:00pm

June 3 - Historic St. Johns Church, Richmond, VA; 1:00pm

May 25-27 - Spirit of Vicennes Rendezvous, George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, Vicennes, IN

May 11-13, 2012 - National Martin and Related Families Reunion, Wilderness Road State Park during "Raid on Martin's Station" event, Ewing, VA; after-dinner talk on May 12.

May 9-11 - National Genealogical Society Conference, Cincinnati, OH, exhibitor with Patriots of the American Revolution magazine

May 1 - Downtown Rotary, Winston-Salem, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain."

March 30, DAR/KY state conference, Lexington, KY "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone."

March 20, Wilderness Road Institute, Natural Tunnel State Park, Duffield, VA, "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," Teacher Workshop at 5:30; presentation at 7:00.

March 13, - DAR, Alexander Martin Chapter, High Point, NC "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone," 7:00pm

March 2 – DAR/NC state meeting, Raleigh, NC “In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone”

Feb. 14 (Tues.) - St. Phillips Lutheran Church, Raleigh, NC, "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina." Presentation sponsored by NC Humanities Council, Road Scholars Speakers Bureau. 11:30am.

January 14, 2012 (Sat.) - Cowpens National Battlefield; Annual event; book signing

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2011

Nov. 17 (Thurs.) - Rocky Mount Museum State Historic Site, Piney Flats, TN; "The Overmountain Men of 1780," 7:00pm

Nov. 11 & 12 (Fri & Sat.) - Kentucky Book Fair, Frankfort, KY

Nov. 4-9, Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous, Yadkinville, NC(www.southeasternprimitiverendezvous.com)

Oct. 24 (Mon.) - Revolutionary War Roundtable of the Backcountry, Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC, 6:00-8:00pm

Oct. 22 (Sat.) - Sons of the Revolution, North Carolina Chapter, Pinehurst Resort, 11:00am

Oct. 18 (Tues.) - Wachovia Historical Society, Annual Meeting and program. Salem Academy and College, Winston-Salem, 7:00pm. 

Oct. 15 - Shallow Ford Crossing ceremony, Yadkin Valley Chapter, SAR, 10am, Mulberry Fields Road, Huntsville, NC, exhibiting author

Oct. 8 (Sat.) - Battle Days, Point Pleasant, WV, principal guest author, Tu-Endie-Wei State Park, Noon - 6:00pm

Oct. 7 (Fri.) - Kings Mountain National Military Park, Blacksburg, SC, keynote speaker, 3:00pm

Oct. 4-6 - 16th Annual Trail of Tears Assoc. Conference and Symposium, Cherokee, NC; Oct 5 - "Rutherford's Expedition in 1776"; based on "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"

Oct. 1 (Sat.) - McDowell House Victory Celebration. McDowell House Advisory Committee, Fundraiser--dinner and program, 5:00pm - 8:00pm. Hwy 70 West, Marion, NC

Sept. 22 (Thurs.) - Prelude to the Battle of Kings Mountain, Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, Abingdon, VA, Lecture # 4 in a four part series, 7:30pm

Sept. 19 (Mon.) - Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association, Boone's Cave Park, Churchland, NC, 6:00pm

Sept. 17 (Sat.)– DAR, Kings Mountain NC “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain,” 10:30am

Sept. 15 (Thurs.)- Prelude to the Battle of Kings Mountain, Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center, Abingdon, VA,  Lecture # 3 in a four part series, 7:30pm

Sept. 15-16, Museum of NC Minerals, Overmountain Victory Days, NPS, Volunteer storyteller for school groups, 2 days, 9am-2pm

Sept. 10 (Sat.) - The Moravian Festival, province-wide event at New Philadelphia Moravian Church, Winston-Salem, NC, 9:00-6:00; www.moravianfestival.org

Sept. 3 (Sat.) - Davidson's Fort, Old Fort, NC "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"

August 31 (Wed.) - Twin City Kiwanis Club, Winston-Salem; "In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone" - noon, LJVM Coliseum 

August 20 – Musgrove’s Mill State Historic Site, Clinton, SC “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

August 13 – Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park, Jonesborough, TN, Crockett Days event celebrating Crockett’s 225th birthday (1786) and the 175th anniversary of his death at the Alamo (1836).

August 11 - 7:00pm - United Daughters of the Confederacy, NC Division Headquarters, 302 Blount St., Raleigh, NC,   "Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina"  

July 8, 9, 10 & 13, National Congress, Sons of the American Revolution, Winston-Salem, NC exhibiting author

June 26, Bethabara Historic Park, Independence Day celebration, Winston-Salem, NC exhibiting author

June 17 & 18, Horn in the West, Opening weekend, Boone, NC exhibiting author

June 9-12, Genealogy Jamboree, Cumberland Gap, TN, exhibitor and speaker “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain” - Friday, 3:00; “In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone” - Sat. 11:00

June 4, Bethabara Historic Park, French & Indian War event, Winston-Salem, NC exhibitor

May 26-28, North Carolinians for Home Education, Conference and Book Fair,  Winston-Salem, NC; exhibitor

May 21, Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area, Elizabethton, TN “The Siege” event

May 14-18, Partnership for the National Trails System, National Trails Conference, Abingdon, VA Speaker and storyteller

May 3,Historic Bethabara Park, Board of Trustees, Winston-Salem, NC, "Before They Were Heroes at King's Mountain"

April 30 – Mountain Gateway Museum, Old Fort, NC, Pioneer Days

April 29 – 11:00 - Davie County Senior Services,  “Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”,   (funded by NC Humanities Council)

April 9 – Fort Dobbs State Historic Site, War for Empire event

April 8 – 3:00pm – Friends West Retirement Home, Greensboro, NC, “Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”

April 2 – Ninety Six National Historic Site, Rev War Days (Saturday) “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain” (2 talks)

March 21 – 7:00 – Rockwell Community Assn.; “In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone”(funded by NC Humanities Council)

March 19 – 10:30 - Wilkes Heritage Museum & SAR, Wilkesboro, NC “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

March 17 – 7:00 - Davie County Public Library, Mocksville, NC   “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain” (funded by NC Humanities Council)

March 15 – 6:30, Walkertown Area Historical Society, Walkertown Library, “In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone” (funded by NC Humanities Council)

March 10 – 7:00 - Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, 230th anniversary, Lecture Series,“Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

Feb. 26, 1:00 – Moore’s Creek National Battlefield, 235th Anniversary event, “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

Feb 16 – Noon – Retired Methodist Ministers Assn., Winston-Salem, NC,“Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”, (funded by NC Humanities Council)

Feb. 15 – 7:00pm – Rutherford County Historical Society, Rutherfordton, NC,“Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

Feb. 3 – 12:30 - Greensboro Lecture League – Greensboro Country Club,  “Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”

Jan. 24, Lewisville, Historical Society, Lewisville, NC,“Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

Jan. 19, 2011 – 7:00 - Forsyth County Genealogical Society, “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”, (funded by NC Humanities Council)

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2010

Dec. 5, 2010 - Bristol Historical Association (Holiday Luncheon) - Bristol, TN/VA   "The Overmountain Men of 1780"

Dec. 4 - Battle of Great Bridge Reenactment, Chesapeake, VirginiaGreat Bridge Battlefield and Waterways History Foundation

Nov. 22 - 9:00am Thomas Jefferson School, Forest City, NCPanel discussion about battles of Kings Mountain and Cowpens 

Nov. 19 – 3:00pm – Friends Home West“In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone” (funded by NC Humanities Council)

Nov. 13 – 2:00pm – Burke County Public Library“Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”(funded by NC Humanities Council)

Nov. 10 - 11:00am - Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous, near Yadkinville, "Overmountain Men of 1780"

Nov. 8 – 3:00pm - Duke Homestead State Historic Site – Durham, NC“Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”(funded by NC Humanities Council)

Nov. 7 - 1:00pm - Southeastern Primitive Rendezvous, near Yadkinville, Yadkin County"In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone"; see www.southeasternrendezvous.com/

Nov. 6 – 2:00pm - Gaston County Public Library   “Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain”

Oct. 12 – 7:00pm - Forsyth County Historical Association – Reynolda Manor LibraryWinston-Salem, NC   “In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone”(funded by NC Humanities Council)

Oct. 8 – 7:30pm - Caldwell County Historical Society & Friends of the Library - Lenoir, NC“Famous and Infamous Women of North Carolina”

Sept 23 - 7:30 pm - Abingdon, VA – Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center exhibitor

Sept 18 – Bethabara Historic Park, Winston-Salem, NCApple Fest

Sept 16-17 – Museum of NC Minerals, Spruce Pine, NCOvermountain Victory Days, National Park Service(volunteer storyteller to school groups)

Sept 16 – Catawba Co. Public Library, Newton, NC“The Overmountain Men of 1780” (funded by NC Humanities Council)

Sept 9 – 7:30 pm - Abingdon, VA – Southwest Virginia Higher Education Center“The Muster and the March – the campaign that created the Battle of Kings Mountain”

Sept 4, 2010 – Old Time Fiddlers Festival, Happy Valley (Ferguson), NCBooks sales & storyteller

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