Currier Park was presented to the town of Barre in 1884 by builder Stedman Chubb (1828-1890). The two-acre public park was part of the 60-acre Ripley farm purchased in 1853 by Chubb’s father-in-law, Richard S. Currier (1803-1875). Currier had moved . . . — — Map (db m141191) HM
( north side )
In 1909, Barre stonecutter and Scottish Immigrant William Foster Milne founded America's first boy scout troop with materials shipped directly from Europe’s fledgling Boy Scout movement.
"In the basement of the Baptist . . . — — Map (db m143765) HM