On E. Main Street (Vermont Route 140) at Hillside Road, on the right when traveling east on E. Main Street.
At the original settlement in East Poultney, Horace Greeley, founder of the "New York Tribune", worked on the "Northern Spectator", 1826-1830. George Jones, co-founder of the "N.Y.Times", also came from here. — — Map (db m78256) HM
On E. Main Street (Vermont Route 140), on the left when traveling east.
Jeffrey Brace was born in West Africa with the name Boyrereau Brinch. At sixteen he was captured by European slave traders, shipped to Barbados, sold to a ship's captain, and eventually arrived in New England. Some years later, while still enslaved, . . . — — Map (db m60663) HM