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Kevin Johnson of the Connecticut State Library performs a re-enactment of the experiences of Private William Webb an African-American soldier in the 29th Connecticut regiment in the Civil War. The event, which was jointly sponsored by the N. Stonington Historical Society and the Friends of the Wheeler Library was held at the library on Monday evening. 
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun)
Kevin Johnson of the Connecticut State Library performs a re-enactment of the experiences of Private William Webb an African-American soldier in the 29th Connecticut regiment in the Civil War. The event, which was jointly sponsored by the N. Stonington Historical Society and the Friends of the Wheeler Library was held at the library on Monday evening. 
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Kevin Johnson, of the Connecticut State Library's history and genealogy unit, portrays Private William Webb, an African-American soldier from Hartford who fought in the 29th Connecticut Regiment in the Civil War, Monday night at Wheeler Library in North Stonington. The event was sponsored by the North Stonington Historical Society and the Friends of Wheeler Library. | (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Gabe Dobley, 5, of North Stonington, sits on his father Arthur's lap as they watch Kevin Johnson, of the Connecticut State Library, perform Monday during a re-enactment of the experiences of Private William Webb, an African-American soldier in the 29th Connecticut regiment in the Civil War, at the Wheeler Library. | (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Kevin Johnson of the Connecticut State Library pretends to shoot a rifle as he performs a re-enactment of the experiences of Private William Webb an African-American soldier in the 29th Connecticut regiment in the Civil War. The event, which was jointly sponsored by the N. Stonington Historical Society and the Friends of the Wheeler Library was held at the library on Monday evening. 
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Kevin Johnson, of the Connecticut State Library, performed a re-enactment of the experiences of Private William Webb an African-American soldier in the 29th Connecticut regiment in the Civil War. The event, which was jointly sponsored by the N. Stonington Historical Society and the Friends of the Wheeler Library was held at the library on Monday evening. 
(Grace White / The Westerly Sun)

Civil War Re-enactment at Wheeler Library:


Kevin Johnson, of the Connecticut State Library performed a re-enactment of the experiences of Private William Webb, an African-American soldier in the 29th Connecticut regiment during the Civil War.



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