5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Kings Mountain Historical Museum
100 East Mountain Street
Kings Mountain, NC 28086
A journalist, editor, and renowned leader of the public relations profession, Joe Epley also served 22 years in the military including service in the Army’s elite Green Berets. His special forces training involved detailed studies of guerrilla war activities by Carolina partisan fighters during the American Revolution. Epley’s 2011 award-winning fact-based historical novel A Passel of Hate captures the triumphs and tragedies of the lives surrounding the Battle of Kings Mountain, a conflict that brutally pit brother against brother in the Carolina Piedmont frontier in 1780. The context of the battle is brought into sharp focus through the highly personal experiences of the families and individuals who shaped its outcome. ADMISSION IS FREE!
This program is part of Kings Mountain Historical Museum’s 2014 Lecture Series, which will include three presentations through May and June that will provide new perspectives on the Battle of Kings Mountain, a turning point in the American Revolution.
Please visit http://www.kingsmountainmuseum.org/upcoming-events.html to learn more about this Lecture Series and other upcoming events.Cost: FREE
Contact: Adria Focht
Contact Phone: 7047391019
Contact Email: [email protected]