“Meriwether Connections” is the official newsletter published quarterly by the Meriwether Society and distributed to Meriwether Society members. Each newsletter is about 16 pages long, full of interesting information. To receive a copies of the newsletter you must be an Associate or Regular Member of The Meriwether Society, Inc. with dues paid for the current year. Upon becoming a member, you will receive all issues for the current calendar year. Below here are some sample articles from past issues of the “Meriwether Connection” newsletter.
Castle Hill sits in calm repose, clothed with its intensely interesting associations and traditions, when its halls would be filled with many distinguished gatherings of the loved, the gifted, and the noble of our land, as well as from foreign shores.
Originally published in Meriwether Connections, the quarterly newsletter of The Meriwether Society, Inc. Vol. XXIV, No. 1, Jan.-Mar. 2005, and No. 2, Apr.–Jun. 2005
British Lieutenant Colonel Banastre Tarleton and the American Revolution: Drama on the Plantations of...
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