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Thomas P. Sanzi

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Glocester Light Infantry

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Glocester Heritage Society Inc


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Gloucester Light Infantry

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Thomas P. Sanzi, a member of the Glocester Light Infantry, calls the unit's treatment "a grave injustice.""It's a grave injustice," says unit member Thomas P. Sanzi, of Glocester.Sanzi, who has been a member of the parade committee for six years but has never been elevated to the status of a voting member, says Leathers holds a grudge against the infantry because its members fought to get the parade back to its traditional, late-afternoon start time.


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Thomas P. Sanzi, of the state Department of Education, played the part of Dorr.Bedecked in a tricorn hat and cape, and carrying a flintlock pistol in his belt and a brass-knobbed cane, Sanzi took his role seriously, resisting attempts to draw him out of character. Sanzi said the Department of Education is working up a curriculum to teach young Rhode Islanders more about their history, and particularly the Dorr Rebellion.He said he spent six months working with the Glocester Heritage Society and the Gloucester Light Infantry putting yesterday's proceedings together.He hopes it will turn into an annual event. "Dorr began the struggle in the state legislature for the right to vote," Sanzi said. Dorr's Peoples Party threw its own election in 1842 and elected Dorr governor "overwhelmingly," Sanzi said.


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Thomas P. Sanzi, a member of the Gloucester Light Infantry, in the uniform of a Revolutionary War-era ensign, circa 1776, stands at the headquarters of the Revolutionary War reenactment troupe in Chepachet.The Gloucester Light Infantry has become embroiled in a dispute with the organizers of the town's Fourth of July parade, the Ancients and Horribles.


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Thomas P. Sanzi, a member of the Glocester Light Infantry, dons his Revolutionary War-era ensign uniform, circa 1776, at the reenactment troupe's headquarters in Chepachet . The organization plans to skip marching in tomorrow's Ancients and Horribles parade because of a pay dispute and what it says is a number of indignities.


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Thomas P. Sanzi, a member of the Gloucester Light Infantry, dons his Revolutionary War-era ensign uniform, circa 1776, at the reenactment troupe's headquarters in Chepachet.


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