Pirates, Presidents, Conquistadors & More!

February 13 - 15, 2014 

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Join historian Bill Potter as we explore the ancient sites of northeastern Florida, redolent with the sea breezes of the Atlantic and steeped in a providential history that helped create the English civilization that became embedded north of Florida and brought about the abandonment of the outposts of Spain’s Empire in North America. We will tell the stories of the Fort at St. Augustine and the French Huguenot colony at Jacksonville, Ft. Caroline. We will remember the courageous Reformed settlers who brought the Gospel to the natives of the region and their subsequent extermination by the Spanish for the capitol crime of rejecting the Catholic Church and following the Calvinist Reformation. We will examine the lives and times of fearless conquistadors, superstitious explorers seeking the fountain of youth, the ferocious no-holds-barred Scots-Irish General Andrew Jackson who seized Florida and would not give it back, and the natives who suffered through all the invasions and fought a war with the United States that was never concluded!


Battle of Franklin. Map by Hal Jespersen, www.posix.com/CW

Mini-tour and Nashville Convention

March 19 - 22, 2014

On March 19th, the day before the Tennessee Home Educators Convention in Nashville, join military historian Bill Potter and home-educated battlefield historian Samuel Turley for a fascinating and thorough tour of the key preserved sites of the incredible Battle of Franklin, Tennessee in November of 1864. We will meet at the battlefield on Thursday morning and spend the day remembering the peril and appalling sacrifice that men willingly made for cause and country.

To sign up for this mini-tour contact Landmark Events: www.landmarkevents.org.


Battle of Cowpens. Source

Mini-tour and Spartanburg Convention

April 2 - 5, 2014

On April 2nd, the day prior to the South Carolina Home Educators Convention in Spartanburg, join military historian Bill Potter to tour two of the most important battlefield sites from the War for Independence, The Cowpens and King’s Mountain. Learn the providential history of these great patriot victories of the Southern Campaign as we walk the trails and fields of our forefathers who paid for our liberty with their own blood and treasure.

To sign up for this mini-tour contact Landmark Events: www.landmarkevents.org.


Charleston Tour

Spring 2014

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Join historian Bill Potter as he explains the rich history and colorful characters of this beautiful town—from the foundation of the Republic through the great and terrible War that tore it apart. . .

Details Coming Soon!


Plymouth Tour

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July 29-August 2, 2014

Join us for a very special week studying the founding of our country on the very ground where it was forged into shape. Commemorate our nation’s forefathers with me, Dr. Paul Jehle of the Plymouth Rock Foundation as well as Col. John Eidsmoe and many others! Tour will culminate with a historic gathering in Plymouth. 

Details Coming Soon!