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Road Scholar's expert lecturers and group leaders create exceptional educational opportunities for you by contributing their extensive knowledge about the culture, heritage and history of the places you're visiting. They are both authorities on your destination and lifelong learners themselves who are excited to answer your questions, hear your opinions and share your experience.

On our educational programs you will be led by people such as:



Ms. Ruth Miller


Ruth Miller, a graduate of Duke University, has lived all over America and journeyed throughout the world. As a Charleston historian and excursion leader, she enjoys tying local history into the American story and worldwide events. Ruth is the author and co-author of numerous books, including “Charleston Charlie — A Family Activity Book for Kids of All Ages,” “Touring the Tombstones,” and “The Angel Oak Story.” She is a member of the South Carolina Historical Society and the National Trust.


See: A Tale of Two Cities: Charleston to Savannah

Mr. Patrick R Leary


Patrick Leary is a lifelong naturalist and birder who is committed to coastal bird conservation, and conducts surveys and monitors populations of shorebirds year round. He is a contributing member of the American Oystercatcher and Red Knot Working groups, and collaborates with researchers studying Piping Plovers on the continent and in the Bahamas. Pat contributed to Florida’s initial Breeding Bird Atlas and has co-authored a local bird guide.


See: Amelia and Cumberland Islands and the Okefenokee Swamp

Thomas Morley


As a classical, Celtic, and folk musician and educator, Tom Morley is one of the most visible violinists on the Gulf Coast. Classically trained with a degree in music education, Tom has earned a living with his violin in every musical direction. He has played professionally in Celtic, Cajun, folk, bluegrass, classical, swing, jazz, and country styles. Tom has released several CDs with numerous bands, and performed at venues including the Jazz & Heritage Fest and the French Quarter Festival.


See: Tunes and Tales by the Gulf: Music and History on Alabama’s Beautiful Mobile Bay

Mr. Richard Kohr


Richard Kohr has been a Licensed Battlefield Guide since 1995, and is the former president of the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides. Rich has led presentations at several seminars and Civil War round tables, and has taught continuing education courses on the Gettysburg campaign at the Gettysburg campus of Harrisburg Area Community College.


See: The Experience of Gettysburg: The Battle, The People, The Place

Dr. Guy Stephen Davis


Dr. Steven Davis is passionate about the history he presents and is a favorite speaker for Road Scholar on the history of Atlanta and the Civil War. He taught American history and government at Oglethorpe University, served as the director of education at the Medical Association of Georgia, and is currently director of Medical Relations for Mutual Insurance Company. Steve enjoys speaking at conferences, symposiums, and round tables, and is the author of numerous publications on the Civil War.


See: Signature City Atlanta





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