Dramatic reading of Hoag papers set
Costumed members of the Sherman Historical Society will read the letters written by Hoag, a prominent Sherman resident who owned a store in town, was town clerk from 1847 to 1850 and was superintendent of
the Sherman Congregational Church Sunday School.
He traveled by ship from New Haven to New Orleans and into the siege of Port Hudson, La., where he perished in the summer of 1863.
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