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Burlington, Vermont
Library
Barnet, Vermont
History, Historic House, Historical Society
Goodwillie House Museum open by Appointment. The Goodwillie House, built in 1791, was the home of the first minister at Barnet Center.
Barre, Vermont
Historical Society
Barre, Vermont
Library
Barre, Vermont
Bellows Falls, Vermont
Culture, History, Historical Society

The society has recently been gifted seven+ acres adjacent to the Mill and the Connecticut River which we will be developing into a nature and bird sanctuary, a natural ampitheater, nature trails, picnic and family recreational area, and the first river frontage the Village has had in over 100 years.

Bennington, Vermont
History
Bennington, Vermont
Art
Bennington, Vermont
Library
Bennington, Vermont
History
Montpelier, Vermont
Historical Society
Woodstock, Vermont
History
Huntington, Vermont
Specialized
Vergennes, Vermont
Library
Ludlow, Vermont
Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Specialized
Born in Plymouth, Vermont, on July 4, 1872, Coolidge was the son of a village storekeeper. He was graduated from Black River Academy in 1890 and attended Amherst College, graduating with honors, and entered law and politics in Northampton, Massachusetts. Slowly, methodically, he went up the political ladder from councilman in Northampton to Governor of Massachusetts, as a Republican. En route he became thoroughly conservative.
Bradford, Vermont
History, Historic House, Historical Society
All aspects of Bradford History include school, church, businesses and home life.
Braintree, Vermont
Historical Society
Brandon, Vermont
Culture, History, Historic House
The Stephen A Douglas Birthplace also houses the Brandon Visitor Center, which is open daily 8 am – 6 pm, 365 days a year. The Visitor Center has a public restroom and complimentary DSL Wi-Fi.
Brattleboro, Vermont
History, Historical Society
Brattleboro is a river town rich in history. It was the site of the first permanent English settlement in Vermont, Fort Dummer, in 1724. The town was chartered in 1753. It has been a printing town since William Fessenden began publishing books in 1805. For more than 100 years Brattleboro was the home of the world famous Estey Organ Company.
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New York, New York
Founded in 1886 in Langenthal, Switzerland, Création Baumann is one of the central hubs of activity in the world of textiles. Through years of growth and change, one thing has always remained: our passion for fabrics. more...
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Renaissance Hotel, Downtown Washington, DC
Washington, District of Columbia
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