“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Montpelier, Vermont

Clickable Map of Washington County, Vermont and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Washington County, VT (21) Addison County, VT (70) Caledonia County, VT (29) Chittenden County, VT (125) Lamoille County, VT (11) Orange County, VT (38)  WashingtonCounty(21) Washington County (21)  AddisonCounty(70) Addison County (70)  CaledoniaCounty(29) Caledonia County (29)  ChittendenCounty(125) Chittenden County (125)  LamoilleCounty(11) Lamoille County (11)  OrangeCounty(38) Orange County (38)
Location of Montpelier, Vermont
    Washington County (21)
    Addison County (70)
    Caledonia County (29)
    Chittenden County (125)
    Lamoille County (11)
    Orange County (38)
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1Vermont (Washington County), Montpelier — Ammi B. Young
This tablet is erected by the people of Vermont in appreciation of the architect of this building Ammi B. Young born in Lebanon N.H. June 19, 1798 died in Washington D.C. March 13, 1874 Work was commenced on this site in the winter of . . . Map (db m76395) HM
2Vermont (Washington County), Montpelier — Ethan Allen
Leader of the Green Mountain Boys demanding the surrender of Ticonderoga "in the name of the Great Jehovah and the Continental Congress"Sculptor:Larkin Mead Replica: Aristide J. PicciniMap (db m76397) HM
3Vermont (Washington County), Montpelier — Montpelier Recreation Field
Built in 1940 by the Federal Works Projects Administration and home to the Northern League for the Montpelier Senators and the Twin City Trojans from 1941–1952. Many future Major League baseball players played on this historic field. The . . . Map (db m88008) HM
4Vermont (Washington County), Montpelier — Senator William Upham(1792-1853)
“Slavery is a crime against humanity and a sore evil in the body politic.” William Upham resided here during the first half of the nineteenth century. He was an ardent abolitionist, voting against the Fugitive Slave Act . . . Map (db m95409) HM
5Vermont (Washington County), Montpelier — State House
Montpelier became the Capitol in 1808, when the first State House was built. Ammi B. Young's 2nd State House, built in 1838 and destroyed by fire in 1857, was similar to this 3rd structure on the site, completed in 1859.Map (db m22887) HM
6Vermont (Washington County), Montpelier — Vermont Equality For Same-Sex Couples
On December 20, 1999, “in recognition of our common humanity,” The Vermont Supreme Court issued a unanimous ruling in Baker v. State that Vermont same-sex couples were constitutionally entitled "to the same benefits and . . . Map (db m109338) HM
May. 8, 2021