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The LLE is a two-
Standard program duration is two days, delivered over parts of three days. Participants will arrive for a program introduction and strategic overview by 4 PM of Day One and will be ready to depart by early afternoon of Day Three. Program content and schedules can be somewhat customized to meet varying meeting agenda needs.
*** This program can be customized to meet the learning objectives of a specific
group or team. LLL has developed proprietary case studies based on the following
The establishment of the Spanish colony of Santa Elena (Beaufort), the capital
of Spanish Florida and first lasting European settlement on the North American continent
The Revolutionary War Battle of Savannah (1779) in which 2,500 highly resolved British defenders withstood a determined series of attacks from a multinational force of 5,500 soldiers comprised of troops from America, France, Haiti, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, Sweden and Poland.
The November 1861 Battle of Port Royal (Hilton Head), in which 13,000 Federal troops landed on the shores of Hilton Head Island to establish a station in the heart of the Confederate Coastal Defenses from which to prosecute the Naval blockade ordered by President Lincoln.
The April 1862 Battle of Fort Pulaski (Savannah), in which innovative artillery tactics led to a brief defense of the main bastion guarding Savannah’s harbor and the early capture of a strategically important Confederate port by the Union and an acceleration of the blockading effort along the Southeastern coast.
The founding of Mitchelville in November 1862 (Hilton Head), the first self-
The Voyage of the Planter in 1863 (Beaufort), a Confederate gunboat commandeered
in Charleston and piloted by escaped slave Robert Smalls through Confederate waters
and surrendered to the Union garrison at Hilton Head, leading to Smalls becoming
the first African-
The June 1863 Combahee River Raid led from Hilton Head by Harriett Tubman (Beaufort or Hilton Head) as a scout under the command of Union Colonel James Montgomery and freeing over 700 slaves from the plantations of Secessionist owners inhabiting the banks of the Combahee River.
The work of Clara Barton, later founder of the Red Cross (Hilton Head), in establishing
medical facilities and care for Freedmen in the environs of Mitchelville, which became
the model for similar facilities and care programs at other “refugee camps” in Union-
The Battle of Honey Hill in November 1864 (Ridgeland), a combined forces operation
of the Union Navy and Army aimed at the interdiction of the Charleston-
The establishment of the Sea Pines Plantation (Hilton Head) from 1950-
The foregoing events and case studies will typically be grouped geographically as much as possible to maximize participants’ experience and minimize transit time during the program.
The Lowcountry Leadership Experience