Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award

 

Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award Winners:

The American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia awards its Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award for exceptional work in the American Revolutionary Era studies and events. The award is given when an individual is deemed worthy.

 

2003 In September 2003 Mr. Bruce E. Burgoyne received the American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on translating Hessian documents.

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2004 In June 2004 Mr. George Neumann received the American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award for public speaking and his research on the weapons of the American Revolution.

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2005 – In October 2005 Mr. Jack Asher received the American Revolution Round Table of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award for more than twenty years of promoting the Battle of Germantown.

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2008 On March 26, 2008 The Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Mr. William Summerfield for his 18 years of portraying George Washington and as the co-founder of the American Historical Theatreā„¢ in 1982.

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2013 On December 4, 2013 The Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Mr. Thomas Fleming for his more than 50 years of writing on the American Revolution.

 

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2016 On Feburary 29, 2016 The Benjamin Franklin Lifetime Achievement Award was presented to Mr. Dean Malissa for his long service as General George Washington.

 

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