Wethersfield Revolutionary War Encampment

The sixth annual Revolutionary War Encampment was held at the Webb-Deane-Stevens (WDS) Museum in Old Wethersfield  Saturday. The WDS Revolutionary War Encampment also included members of the 54th Regiment of Foot, a dashing band of British redcoats who launched a  “surprise” attack on the Continental soldiers, historical reenactments and period entertainment.

Captain Sal Tarantino, of Colchester, leader of the Sheldon's Horse, Second Continental Light Dragoons, demonstates firing a pistol on horseback during the sixth annual Revolutionary War Encampment at the Webb-Deane-Stevens (WDS) Museum in Old Wethersfield  Saturday.

Captain Sal Tarantino, of Colchester, leader of the Sheldon’s Horse, Second Continental Light Dragoons, demonstates firing a pistol on horseback during the sixth annual Revolutionary War Encampment at the Webb-Deane-Stevens (WDS) Museum in Old Wethersfield Saturday.

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