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Brown BridgePlaque (Shrewsbury) - 10/17/2020
The 1880 bridge is cited as one of the finest and least-altered examples of a Town lattice truss covered bridge in the U.S.
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Calvin Coolidge Homestead District (Plymouth Notch) - 7/8/2010
Includes the birthplace, gravesite and childhood home of the thirtieth President (the place where he took the presidential oath of office)
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Emma Willard HousePlaque (Middlebury) - 10/17/2020
The 1809 to 1819 home of the influential pioneer in the development of women's education in the U.S.
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George P. Marsh Boyhood Home (Woodstock) - 4/22/2022
The boyhood home of the diplomat and philologist, and early environmentalist
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Justin S. Morrill HomesteadPlaque (Strafford) - 4/22/2022
The Gothic Revival home of the Vermont representative and senator known for the 1862 and 1890 Morrill Land-Grant Colleges Acts
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Mount Independence (Orwell) - 10/17/2020
Constructed in July 1776 on Lake Champlain, it is the site of extensive Revolutionary War fortifications built by the American army to stop a British invasion
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Naulakha (Rudyard Kipling House)(Dummerston) - 4/21/2022
The house is known for its association with the author who wrote many of his best-known works there from 1893 to 1896
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Robert Frost FarmPlaque (Ripton) - 10/17/2020
The farm property where the poet lived and wrote in the summer and fall months from 1939 until his death in 1963
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Robbins and Lawrence Armory and Machine ShopPlaque (Windsor) - 4/21/2022
Erected in 1846, this site is an example of 19th-century American industrial architecture and part of the nascent precision machine tool industry
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Rockingham Meeting HousePlaque (Rockingham) - 4/21/2022
An exceptionally well-preserved "second period" colonial-style meeting house used for Congregational church meetings as well as civic and governmental meetings
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RokebyPlaque (Ferrisburgh) - 10/17/2020
A 1780s farmstead, known for its association with Rowland T. Robinson, a Quaker and ardent abolitionist who openly sheltered escaped slaves at Rokeby as part of the Underground Railroad
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Round ChurchPlaque (Richmond) - 10/17/2020
Built in 1812–1813, it is a well-preserved example of a sixteen-sided meeting house, built to serve the town as well as five Protestant congregations
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Shelburne Farms (Shelburne) - 10/17/2020
Nationally significant as a well-preserved example of a late 19th century Gilded Age "ornamental farm", with architecture by Robert Henderson Robertson and landscaping by Frederick Law Olmsted
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Socialist Labor Party HallPlaque (Barre) - 4/22/2022
The 1900 hall was a location for debates among anarchists, socialists, and union leaders over the future of the labor movement in U.S in the early 20th century
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St. Johnsbury AthenaeumPlaque (St. Johnsbury) - 4/22/2022
Significant due to its architecture and its American paintings and books from its original role as a public library and free art gallery
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Stellafane Observatory (North Springfield) - 4/21/2022
Contains the original 1924 clubhouse of the Springfield Telescope Makers, and the first large optical telescope built and owned by that kind of amateur society
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Ticonderoga (Lakeboat) (Shelburne) - 10/17/2020
One of two remaining side-paddle-wheel passenger steamers with a vertical beam engine that provided freight and passenger service on bays, lakes and rivers from the early 19th to the mid-20th centuries
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Vermont Statehouse (Montpelier) - 7/8/2010
A Neoclassical and Greek Revival building, furnished in American Empire, Renaissance Revival, and Rococo Revival styles, serving as the seat of the state General Assembly
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