An history lesson for this Independence Day Weekend as we study the faces and stories of brave patriots whose names are typically unfamiliar to most Americans today. For example:
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Rev. Daniel Waldo was drafted in 1778 for a month of service in New London. After that, he enlisted for an additional eight months, and in March 1779 was taken prisoner by the British at Horseneck. After he was released, he returned to his home in Windham and took up work on his farm again.