You are invited to the

Dedication of Stone Tablets
on the Battlefield at Savannah, Georgia

Captain Jan Kwiryn Mieszkowski
Lieutenant Charles Litomski
Colonel Michael Kovats
Joseph Gabriel

Soldiers in service to the American Revolution


Agrippa Hull

Kosciuszko's companion in arms in America


Sunday, October 9, 2022 at 7:00 am

Join us and enjoy a free breakfast, offered to all attendees,
after completion of the ceremonies,
at the Locomotive House of the nearby Railroad Museum
Sponsored by the Polish National Foundation of Warsaw, Poland

Polish National Foundation logo

Pulaski portrait

(see report from the 2019 ceremony)

Battlefield Park Heritage Center
300 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Savannah, GA 31401

(see map)

The public is cordially invited to participate
in the dedication ceremony this year (2022).

Those who would like to join the re-enactors and participate in the march to the battlefield, should come to the Savannah History Museum parking-lot (next door to the battlefield).
Assembly will begin before sunrise at around 6:30 am.

Please revisit this page for updated information

5 new tablets will be dedicated in 2022

Our sincere thanks to:

The Polish National Foundation, Warsaw
for funding the Captain Jan Kwiryn Mieszkowski stone tablet

The Pulaski Cadets
of Perth Amboy, NJ for funding the Col. Kovats stone tablet

The American Council for Polish Culture
and the
Savannah General Pulaski Committee

for funding the Lt. Litomski stone tablet

Klub Gazety Polskiej of Philadelphia
for funding the Joseph Gabriel tablet

The Philadelphia Chapter of the Kosciuszko Foundation
for funding the Agrippa Hull stone tablet

Annual Battle of Savannah Commemorative Dinner

Date: Saturday, October 8, 2022 - 5:30 to 9:30 pm

Menu: Buffet of 2 Entrees, a Starch, Vegetables and Dessert.
There will be a cash bar.

Location: The Club at Savannah Quarters
8 Palladian Way, Pooler, GA 31322
(see map)

Invited Guests:

Polish Embassy will be represented by Head of Public and Cultural Diplomacy:
Katarzyna Rybka-Iwanska (confirmed)

also present will be Hungarian Ambassador to the U.S. - Mr. Szabolcs Takacs

U.S. Representative, S. Carolina 1st District - Mrs. Nancy Mace
(Citadel Military Academy graduate)

Please note: governmental representatives usually don't respond to invitations until about 1 week in advance of the event due to their schedules.

Price $65.00 per person.
Checks/Money Orders/Cash accepted.

For Reservations:
Please make checks payable to: Savannah Gen. Pulaski Committee, send to:

Edward Krolikowski
749 Southbridge Blvd.
Savannah, Georgia 31405

Organizations and individuals interested in sponsoring tablets
on the Savannah battlefield please contact:

Edward Krolikowski

Event organized by the:

Georgia Coastal Heritage Society

with the

Savannah General Pulaski Committee

(see the Savannah General Pulaski Committee web page)

of the American Council for Polish Culture

in cooperation with the
Poles in America Foundation