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Tennessee Valley Chapter Speaker's Bureau

​​The Tennessee Valley Chapter of the NSSAR operates a speaker's bureau to promote a better understanding and greater appreciation of American history, primarily for the colonial period, Revolutionary War, and early development of the constitutional republic.  Speakers are available for schools, civic associations, and other non-profit organizations.  Most of the presentations will be 20 to 40 minutes in length.  These speakers may also serve as sources of specialized information for media outlets.  If interested in getting assistance from the Speaker's Bureau, please contact James Griffith at

Speaker Topic Synopsis
Dr. Jess Brown Who was James Madison, the Father of the U. S. Constitution?
Dr. Jess Brown Article V: Another Constitutional Convention?
Bob Anderson Southern Campaign of the American Revolution Battles, concepts, and people involved
Kay Anderson Ladies of the Revolution
Kay Anderson Revolutionary War Clothing
Bob Baccus Music of the American Revolution How the Drum and Fife were used in the Patriotic Army.
Bob Baccus The Christian Values and Principles of our Founding Fathers How Separation and State came about. Religion of eight Founding Fathers.
David Byers John Hunt - Huntsville's Original Settler
Connie Cook Common Sense by Thomas Paine
Connie Cook Flintlock Weapons of the American Revolution
Mac Moon Paul Revere and the Rest of the Story
Mac Moon James Wilkinson: The Greatest Traitor
Mac Moon The Plot to Kill George Washington
Jim Philips Battle of Guilford Courthouse
Martha Ann Whitt Meet Dolly Madison: A Dramatic Presentation

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