When not digging into the fascinating details of the American Revolution on field trips and in original documents of the period, Bob Mayers is available for speaking engagements and book signings.
He has spoken throughout the northeast and has been warmly welcomed at West Point Military Academy, Fort Meyers at the Pentagon, five Revolutionary War Roundtables, the Annual Meeting of the NJ Sons of the American Revolution, Authors Symposium at Washington’s Headquarters, Ford Mansion, Morristown, several historic societies, DAR Chapters, genealogy, civic and business groups.
Bob’s appearances are enhanced with striking PowerPoint presentations. Please feel free to contact him about his availability. Telephone: 908 757 0038
If you already have any of Bob’s books, bring them along for Bob to sign.
Washington Campground Association
Bob Mayers will speak at the Annual Meeting. The program and buffet dinner is to celebrate Washington’s Birthday. The event will be at 6PM at the Somerville Elks Lodge at 375 Union Avenue in Bridgewater, NJ. Bob’s topic will be “Middlebrook-The Revolutionary War Campground that saved America.”
Hackettstown Historic Society
American Legion 450 Willow Grove St. Hackettstown, N.J. “Searching For Yankee Doodle-Washington’s Common Soldiers
Bound Brook Seniors, United Methodist Church, 150 W Union Ave. Bound Brook N.J. “The Forage War Boils Over- Murder on the Millstone-1777”
Middletown Public Library, Middletown N.J.
“The War at the Shore- Whaleboats, Tories and Massacres”
Raritan-Millstone Heritage Alliance
“Somerset County and the Raritan Valley- Crossroads of the Revolution”
Connecticut Farms Presbyterian Church, Union, N.J.
“The 1777 Campaign in Central N.J.- The Battle of the Short Hills and Beyond”
Westfield Public Library, 550 E Broad Street, Westfield N.J.
“The War in the Westfield Area-Retreating Redcoats Ravage the Countryside”
Vanderveer House and Museum, Rt202/206 Bedminster, N.J.
“Middlebrook and Pluckemin -Hub of the American Revolution”
Battle of Bound Brook, Staats House, 77 Von Steuben Lane, South Bound Brook, N.J. “Revolutionary New Jersey- Forgotten Towns and Crossroads of the Revolution
Sons of the American Revolution, Marriott Princeton Hotel, 100 College Rd. East, Princeton, N.J.
Forgotten Crossroads and town of the American Revolution in Central New Jersey.
Dey Mansion, 199 Totowa Ave. Wayne, N.J.
Forgotten Crossroads and town of the American Revolution, Pompton and Federal Hill.
Somerset Co. Library, 1 Vogt Drive, Bridgewater, N.J.
Revolutionary New Jersey-Forgotten Towns and Crossroads of the American Revolution”
Details will appear before event at www.revolutionarydetective.com