Kent Courtney at the Soulmaster Film Shoot
Kent Courtney is an accomplished and experienced speaker.
Kent in Colonial garb (far left) talking to an elementary school group, York, PA.
School seminars are a specialty of Kent Courtney. He has given hundreds of presentations to school groups and his performances are exciting.
Kent Courtney is an actor who uses music as a tool of communicating information about historical time periods. By means of costumes, props, instruments, music and stories,
Kent Courtneyís shows become a treasured memory of his students. Cultures come alive as history is lived and sung in front of school groups. Kentís presentations fulfill various requirements of Social Studies curricula and add musical enrichment.
The live shows that Kent Courtney performs are an important part of an educatorís arsenal.
From the U. S. Army War College to the Louisiana Historical Society, Kent Courtney has educated through his entertaining presentations on a variety of topics. His strongest areas of expertise include his knowledge of the Renaissance and of America in the 1800s. He has done extensive research into Colonial America and Native American Culture and is well-know for his stories of American Railroading and our iron heritage.
also author of Returning
to the Civil War, Grand Reenactments of an Anguished Time, and a
nationally recognized authority on the Civil War, with reviews and regular
advertising published in Smoke & Fire
News, Camp Chase Gazette, Citizens' Companion, Civil War News, Southern Living,
and other magazines and newspapers throughout the country.
The Ozarks Mountaineer said
"This is altogether a fascinating book."
Kent is currently writing his latest book on Transportation Logistics in the Civil War.
Motivational and Inspirational Talks
Church and business groups have taken advantage of Kent's power to inspire audiences. From Chamber of Commerce events to Senior Citizen and Youth Group activities, you can hear Kent's positive message coupled with comedy and emotion.
Copyright © 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 by Kent Courtney