From SAH Archipedia: “…Farther along Mill Street, the four-story Old Stone Mill stands in essentially its 1840 form, rebuilt as a woolen mill on the foundations of John Warren’s 1813 cotton mill. Its simple stone mass epitomizes early mill and warehouse construction in the region, used for village mills, warehouses on Lake Champlain (AD40), andContinue reading “Frog Hollow Stone Mill: National Register!”
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Preservation Burlington TV Show with Traveling for History!
Preservation Burlington invited me to be on their live TV show again this year! I got to share some of my favorite places I filmed since last year. Ron Wanamaker, the host, is a lot of fun to work with and asks great questions. I truly enjoyed (and enjoy) working with him. The four placesContinue reading “Preservation Burlington TV Show with Traveling for History!”
Church Street Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!
“The Church Street Covered Bridge, also called the Village Covered Bridge, is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the North Branch of the Lamoille River (also known as the Kelly River) in Waterville, Vermont off State Route 109. Built in the late 19th century, it is one of five covered bridges in a space ofContinue reading “Church Street Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!”
Jaynes Covered Bridge: National Register!
“The Jaynes Covered Bridge is a historic covered bridge, carrying Codding Hollow Road across the North Branch Lamoille River in Waterville, Vermont. Built in 1877, it is one of three 19th-century covered bridges in the town, and one of five to span the North Branch Lamoille in a five-mile span. It was listed on theContinue reading “Jaynes Covered Bridge: National Register!”
Mill Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!
“The Mill Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the North Branch Lamoille River on Back Road in Belvidere, Vermont. Built about 1890, it is one of two surviving covered bridges in the rural community. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The Mill Covered Bridge stands inContinue reading “Mill Covered Bridge: National Register of Historic Places!”
Poland Covered Bridge
“The Poland Covered Bridge, also known as the Junction Covered Bridge or the Cambridge Junction Covered Bridge[n 1] is a covered bridge that carries Cambridge Junction Road across the Lamoille River off State Route 15 in Cambridge, Vermont. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The bridge is of BurrContinue reading “Poland Covered Bridge”
Morgan Covered Bridge
“The Morgan Covered Bridge, also known as the Upper Covered Bridge is a wooden covered bridge that crosses the North Branch Lamoille River in Belvidere, Vermont on Morgan Bridge Road. Built about 1887, it is one of two covered bridges in Belvidere, and one of five in a five-mile span that all cross the sameContinue reading “Morgan Covered Bridge”
Kent’s Tavern: National Register!
Historic Marker: “This brick tavern was built by Abdiel Kent between 1833 and 1837. It served as his home, and from 1837 to 1846 was a stagecoach stop on the road from Montpelier to Canada. The Kent family settled in Calais in 1798 and this section of town is known as Kents Corners. One ofContinue reading “Kent’s Tavern: National Register!”
Old West Church
The center door is a feature of Colonial period meetinghouses. It is the “Door of Honor”, which the minister and his family used. Those pews are box pews, which were for families. Single people would sit in the balcony, if available. The Old West Road on which this church stands was one of the worstContinue reading “Old West Church”
Woodbury Graded School: National Register!
National Park Service: “The town of Woodbury had been served by several small scattered schoolhouses until 1914 when the centrally located Woodbury Graded School was constructed. Architecturally, it is an excellent example of an early 20th-century rural Vermont graded school. Its construction and history embody the economic and social history of the community, while itsContinue reading “Woodbury Graded School: National Register!”