LaPorte Cemetery: Part 2

LaPorte Cemetery was established in 1815 and has 150 plots. I drove to Wolcott, Vermont earlier this week. As I drove through Morristown, I saw the LaPorte Cemetery and thought to myself, “I must stop on my way back.” And that was because I absolutely LOVED the entrance signage! Today’s video is Part 2 ofContinue reading “LaPorte Cemetery: Part 2”

LaPorte Cemetery in Morristown, Vermont: Part 1

I was driving to Wolcott, Vermont earlier this week. As I drove through Morristown, I saw the LaPorte Cemetery and thought to myself, “I must stop on my way back.” And that was because I absolutely LOVED the entrance signage! Today’s video is Part 1 of 2 of this small and lovely cemetery. This cemeteryContinue reading “LaPorte Cemetery in Morristown, Vermont: Part 1”

Rev. George S. Brown: FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN MINISTER IN VERMONT!

I was in Wolcott, Vermont earlier this week. As I drove through the town center, I noticed an historic marker. So, I stopped to read it. What I discovered was very interesting and knew others would find it interesting as well. “Reverend Brown was the first African American Methodist minister in Vermont. He was bornContinue reading “Rev. George S. Brown: FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN MINISTER IN VERMONT!”

Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge: LAST Covered Railroad Bridge Used in the US!

Today’s video is all about the Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge in Wolcott, Vermont. It was the longest-serving railroad bridge in Vermont and when the train stopped using it in 1994, this covered railroad bridge was the last covered railroad bridge used in the United States. “The Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge is a covered bridge inContinue reading “Fisher Covered Railroad Bridge: LAST Covered Railroad Bridge Used in the US!”

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