Cultural Heritage

Coolidge Historic Site

The small state of Vermont boasts a rich historical heritage.

Ranging from pre-European encampments to pivotal Revolutionary War sites and the homesteads of two U.S. Presidents, Vermont's State Historic Sites chronicle a distinctly American heritage that is well-documented and meticulously maintained. The ten state-owned historic sites include the restored 19th century village where President Calvin Coolidge was raised and conducted the "Summer White House" during his presidency in the 1920s; the gothic mansion of Senator Justin Morrill, who was instrumental creating the nation's Land Grant colleges; and an underwater shipwreck preserve in Lake Champlain, the nation's sixth largest lake.

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