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The Life and Times of William Webb:
An African American Civil War Soldier from Connecticut

A Colored Regiment, State Archives

The Life and Times of William Webb
is an on-line exhibit documenting the Civil War experience of Private William Webb, a soldier in the 29th Regiment of Connecticut Colored Troops. Included in this exhibit are digital images of documents, photographs, and materials in the Connecticut State Library’s collections pertaining to Private Webb and the 29th. We hope you enjoy your visit!

Related Topics:
Read the History of the 29th Regiment | Timeline of the 29th Regiment | Civil War Chronology | Research Guide to Civil War Materials at the Connecticut State Library | Fitch’s Home for Soldiers Database | Noble Pension Database | Research Guide to African American Genealogical Resources at the Connecticut State Library | Research Guide to Materials Relating to Slavery in Connecticut at the Connecticut State Library

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