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13 Bartholomew Hill Rd.
Goshen, CT 06756
Living History Program $50
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Ernie Barker as Fred Lucas
The presentation will focus on
Frederick A. Lucas of Goshen, CT, who served with the Second CT Heavy Artillery from August 1862 through August of 1865.
Elected a Corporal, promoted to Sergeant, Sergeant-Major, and to Second Lieutenant; he was wounded twice, a serious leg wound at Cedar Creek and a minor one at Hatcher's Run.
Fred Lucas is portrayed from the 1880's period, after serving in the state legislature looking back on the war with readings from Fred's Civil War letters home, to his lady friend and his mother.
This page was last updated on: October 21, 2017
THE CIVIL WAR - AS SEEN BY FREDERICK A. LUCAS
A NEW LIVING HISTORY PRESENTATION
BY ERNEST B. BARKER