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Out of the Shadows Part II: Native Americans and Enslaved Africans in the Understory of Local History

 10/09/2021 @ 10:00 am

Part II of Out of the Shadows links the enslaved Africans buried in the Randall/Higginbotham Cemetery at Lost Village in Pomfret to Charles Webster whose Civil War Grave marker is in the Lambert burial ground in Natchaug Forest. Charles Webster and the Lamberts were descendants of the Randall slaves and Nipmuc Indians. Registration required at windsong@snet.net or 860-465-7228. Sponsored by Donna Dufresne and Pomfret Historical Society, pomfret-historical-society.org

 860-465-7228

Type of Event

Hike

Location

Natchaug State Forest, Eastford, CT

Additional Info

Moderate, Registration Required, Leashed Dogs Welcomed. Fayette Rd. entrance on Rt. 44 across from Fire Tower Rd., Pomfret, CT. Rain date 10/10 @ 1 pm

Event
TLGV Partners

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