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Enjoy a delicious brunch spread as Dave Frankowski, French & Indian War re-enactor, soldier in the 4th Sublegion, Wayne’s Legion and member of Britsburgh and its History Society event team, discusses General John Forbes (1707-1759), the man who named Pittsburgh for then (1758) British Secretary of State (later Prime Minister), William Pitt the Elder. Dave will present fascinating information about Forbes' life and how his successful campaign against the French opened Western Pennsylvania to settlement by people like John Neville.
The event will take place at Woodville Plantation in the Stillhouse.
11:00-11:30AM – Brunch is served
11:30 – 12:15PM – General John Forbes presentation
12:15-12:30PM – Q&A
12:30-1:00PM – Converse and explore the Neville House grounds
After the Sunday Brunch event, all are welcome to stay and take an included tour of the Neville House, which will be open to the public from 1-4PM.
Registration via Britsburgh's website is limted to 10 and is online by advance registration only. No at-the-door admissions for this event are available..
For more information on this event, contact Woodville Plantation at 412-221-0348 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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