Nathanael Greene, strategist of the American Revolution, confidante to George Washington, and famous Rhode Islander, is the subject of Janet Uhlar’s most recent work of biographical fiction, “Freedom’s Cost: The Story of General Nathanael Greene”. Uhlar will discuss the exciting history of Greene as an integral part of the Continental Army and his role in America’s journey towards independence, as well as her use of this unique literary genre.
In addition to this lecture, the first floor of the John Brown House Museum will be open to Gallery Night participants from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Visitors will be able to view the rooms on the first floor of this impressive home, and speak with guides about its history and inhabitants.
Free. Reservations requested for the lecture. For more information or to RSVP, please contact Nathan Burbank at 401-331-8575 x 28 or firstname.lastname@example.org