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NORWALK, Conn. — It’s obvious from John Levin’s photos that a good time was had by all who attended the annual July 4 celebration at Mill Hill.
Reenactors from the Sable Soldiers of the American Revolution depicted soldiers from the Marbleheaders and the 1st Rhode Island Regiment of Foot in a Revolutionary War encampment, according to the Norwalk Historical Society’s website. Levin, who is Chapman Hyperlocal Media Inc. Board Chairman, took photos and provided them to NancyOnNorwalk.
Levin’s photos are a Norwalk Who’s Who, from the usual dignitaries to families who came out to see Town Clerk Rick McQuaid read the Declaration of Independence and to hear the bell toll 13 times in commemoration of the founding of the original 13 colonies.
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Enjoy this photo album, courtesy of John Levin.