Connecticut’s African-American Soldiers: presented by Hamish Lutris

Part 2 of 3 part series

February 18: Connecticut’s African-American Soldiers

This talk will center on the 29th and 30th Connecticut regiments of African-American soldiers which saw valuable service in the war.  The experience of these men, who served in the war with little more to anticipate from its ending than the chance to create future opportunities for others, is an inspiring story of courage and sacrifice.

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Part 2 of the 3 part series presented by Hamish Lutris: Connecticut’s African-American Soldiers

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