Vermont played key roles in the Civil War, and to help you discover the contributions of soldiers and civilians a new guide is available.
Vermont and the Civil War Visitors Guide describes 46 places to visit. The guide will take you to New England’s best documented stop on the Underground Railroad, the factory where the gun milling machines that armed the nation were produced, and the resort where Mary Lincoln and her children summered in 1864.
In Vermont towns and villages that look much the same as they did during the Civil War, you’ll experience the fervor of Abolitionists, the bravery and dedication of Vermont’s soldiers, and the drama of the northern-most land action of the Civil War.
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