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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Brattleboro
Brattleboro, Vermont and Vicinity
▶ Windham County (59) ▶ Bennington County (53) ▶ Windsor County (64) ▶ Franklin County, Massachusetts (42) ▶ Cheshire County, New Hampshire (44) ▶ Sullivan County, New Hampshire (23)
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|(Front): This Monument Commemorates The Loyalty and Patriotism Of the Men of Brattleboro, Who Fought for Liberty and the Union In the Great Rebellion of 1861 – 1865 Enlisted 385. Died in Service 31. Erected by a Grateful . . . — — Map (db m23114) HM|
| Dedicated In Loving Memory of the Men and Women of Brattleboro Who Made the Supreme Sacrifice in World War I World War II Korean War Vietnam War — — Map (db m23116) WM|
|This Church has been placed on the
National Register of Historic Places
by the United States
Department of the Interior — — Map (db m136465) HM|
|Here, in Brattleboro, was located the world’s largest manufacturer of reed organs. For more than a century, reed and pipe organs made in Brattleboro were sold to homes and churches around the world. The unusual slate-sided factory complex on Birge . . . — — Map (db m23113) HM|
| Fort Dummer was established in 1724 by Lt Governor William Dummer of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The wooden fort was a northern outpost along the Connecticut River and one of the first permanent European settlements in what would become Vermont. . . . — — Map (db m159865) HM WM|
|Glenwood Ladies’ Seminary opened in September 1860, with Hiram Orcutt as founder and principal. It was among the 19th-century examples of private secondary boarding schools for females in Vermont. The course of study included Composition, Logic, . . . — — Map (db m150443) HM|
|American writer Mary Wilkins Freeman was born in 1852 in Randolph, Massachusetts. Her family moved to Brattleboro, Vermont, in 1867. Studying for one year at the Mount Holyoke Female Seminary, Freeman would complete her formal education at Glenwood . . . — — Map (db m150990) HM|
Planted in honor of the
Grand Army of the Republic
by its Auxiliary the
National Woman's Relief Corps — — Map (db m151915) WM|
|After marriage to the American, Caroline Balestier, and after visiting her home, famed British writer built isolated “Naulahka”. Here he wrote the “Jungle Books” and other stories, and two daughters were born. In 1896 the . . . — — Map (db m23573) HM|
| Brattleboro at War (center panel) In May 1861, a month after the Confederate assault on Fort Sumter in South Carolina, the State of Vermont established a camp in the town of Brattleboro. The barracks and other buildings were used to . . . — — Map (db m136427) HM|
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| Here Stood the First Building Of the Centre Congregational Church Erected in 1815 Moved to Its Present Site 1842 — — Map (db m23117) HM|
Ten thousand two hundred volunteers in the 4th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Vermont Regiments and the 1st Vermont Light Battery encamped and were mustered into the Union service, before departing for the field.
Upon . . . — — Map (db m151917) HM WM|
2004 — — Map (db m151916) WM|