Bristol Coach House

“BRISTOL – About 1800, Bristol town resident Abraham Gaige built a private residence on West Street in the area where the Merchants Bank is located today, which he opened to travelers and called it “Public House.” It burned in 1817. By 1820 Gaige built a new “Public House” at the corner of Main and NorthContinue reading “Bristol Coach House”

Larrabee’s Point Complex: National Register of Historic Places!

“The Larrabee’s Point Complex consists of a collection of ferry-related buildings and structures at the western end of Vermont Route 74 in Shoreham, Vermont. Included are facilities currently used by the oldest operating ferry on Lake Champlain, the Ticonderoga-Larrabees Point Ferry, and two buildings historically associated with the ferry operation. The complex was listed onContinue reading “Larrabee’s Point Complex: National Register of Historic Places!”

The Queen Mary in Photographs Taken in October 2018

Today’s video is a photographic one.  I visited The Queen Mary docked permanently in Long Beach, California back in 2018.  That was an amazing week of visiting museums, a botanical garden, the Walt Disney Concert Hall and The Queen Mary!  The former luxury liner was the farthest out and beyond worth it!  I took 3Continue reading “The Queen Mary in Photographs Taken in October 2018”

The Old Stone House in Winooski, VT

Greetings All!!  This is Patricia and I am Traveling for History! Today’s video is on The Old Stone House in Winooski, VT. Link here: https://youtu.be/CH18djk0IBk.  It is the likely the oldest building in Winooski and the last one standing from the just-post Revolutionary War.  Watch my video to learn more! Thank you for subscribing toContinue reading “The Old Stone House in Winooski, VT”

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