Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution awards John “Jack” Buchanan” a “Golden Gorget” Lifetime Achievement Award in Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War Literature.
David P. Reuwer, John “Jack” Buchanan and Charles B. Baxley present the award at the 2013 Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee Symposium in Greensboro, NC. Double click on photo for full resolution image.
Jack, a retired art museum curator, historic author and presenter was recognized for his years of research and writing creating engaging word-pictures which illustrate and explain the American Revolution and the Southern Campaigns, including his seminal work, The Road to Guilford Courthouse: The American Revolution in the Carolinas. His delightful prose elucidates the quintessential American birth story in The Road to Valley Forge: How Washington Built the Army that Won the Revolution as well, among his other historic works.
Southern Campaigns of the American Revolution awards Steven J. Rauch a “Golden Gorget” Lifetime Achievement Award in Military History.
Steven J. Rauch and Charles B. Baxley with the award presented at the 2013 Henry “Light Horse Harry” Lee Symposium in Greensboro, NC. Double click on photo for full resolution image.
Steve, a professional military historian, author and professor was recognized for his research, and leading military staff rides on many southern fields of the Revolutionary War; with particular emphasis in Georgia and South Carolina. He has served as the Southern Campaigns adjutant on numerous occasions including as conference organizer, presenter, and manager. He is SCAR’s chief officer in Georgia. He is a founding member of the Southern Campaigns Revolutionary War Round Table, author, and popular tour guide. His long-standing commitment to teaching our military history and support of Liberty’s cause.
SCAR staff photographer Bob Yankle.