Advisory Board


PALMER C. HAMILTON  Partner, Jones Walker LLP - Mobile, Washington, D. C. - Capitol Hill; awarded Preservationist of Distinction for Historic Mobile Preservationist of  Distinction for Historic Mobile Preservation Society; Knight of the Order of St. John and Prior of the Order in the United States; member, Society of the Cincinnati



CHARLES L. COLTMAN, III   Independent Director; Director and Chairman of the Human Resources and Remuneration Committee, Kasikombank Public Company Limiter; Chairman of International Advisory Committee; National City Bank Director; World Risk Consultant PLC; member, The Society of the Cincinnati



CORDELL L. BRAGG, III Anesthesiologist and Historian; member, The Society of the Cincinnati; Author of Crescent Moon Over Carolina; William Moultrie and American Liberty, Distinction in Every Service; Brigadier General Marcellus A. Stovall, C.S.A., and co-author of the critically acclaimed Never for Want of Powder: The Confederate Powder Works in Augusta, Georgia, also published by the University of South Carolina Press


A. PRESTON RUSSELL, MD Historian; member, The Society of the Cincinnati; authored The History of Her People Since 1733 (1992), and The Low Country: From Savannah to Charleston (2003); Chief Editor and contributor of the textbook, Why America Is Free



WARREN W. LITTLE, ED.D  Retired Executive Director, Cambridge Historical Society and former consultant for Dedham Historical Society and Fitchburg Historical Society; former teacher; General Officer, Society of the Cincinnati; Contributing Editor of the textbook, Why America Is Free


North Carolina

MR. and MRS. J. CARLTON  MacNEIL, JR.  Founders Tocqueville Program, Furman University



CHARLES FAGAN III  Historian; former member Board of directors, Winterthur Museum and Country Estate


MICHAEL C. QUINN  President Emeritus of the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia; former President & CEO Montpelier Foundation of James Madison's Montpelier; former Deputy Director, Mount Vernon's Ladies Association


South Carolina

WALTER B. EDGAR Director, Institute for Southern Studies; Carolina Trustee Professor; Claude H. Neuffer Professor of Southern Studies; George Washington Professor of History; and Louise Fry Scudder Professor; author of numerous South Carolina history books including Partisans and Redcoats: The Southern Conflict That Turned the Tide of the American Revolution, and The Carolina Encyclopedia; radio host


HENRY B. FISHBURNE Jr. Real estates attorney (ret); former Charleston City Council member; member, The Society of the Cincinnati


EMILYN CHILDS SANDERS  Trustee, Furman University; President, South Carolina Historical Society; Founder of the American History Book Club & Forum



HARRIET C. LATIMER Harriet C. Latimer & Associates - field of philanthropy focusing primarily on capital campaigns, endowment funds, and special projects working with leading nonprofits. Board memberships include Armand bayou Nature Center Foundation, Bayou Bend Docent Organization, Friends of the Fondren Library (Rice University), Harris County Heritage Society, Houston Public Library Foundation. She was the founding Chairman for the Friends of the Texas Historical Commission






DR. DOUG BRADBURN  President and CEO of the Mount Vernon Ladies Association; former Founding Director, George W. Smith Library, for the Study of George Washington,  Mount Vernon; former professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the History Department at Binghamton University, State University of New York; PhD in History, University of Chicago; BA in History and Economics, University of Virginia; author, Citizenship Revolution: Politics and the Creation of the American Union 1774-1804 (UVA Press 2009)


JOSEPH W. DOOLEY  Director, SAR Annual Conference on the American Revolution; Board member, US Capitol Historical Society; past President General, Treasurer General, and Genealogist general, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution; past VA SAR President; contributor to NSSAR-Harvard University Black Patriots of the American Revolution Research Project; recipient of US Presidential Volunteer Service Award for lifetime community service; Kentucky Colonel; Texas Navy Admiral



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