Historical Markers in
Addison County, Vermont

American Blockhouse – 1777 Ancient Paths Benedict Arnold Birthplace of Ray Fisher British Blockhouse - 1777 Burial Site Canada Geese Charter House Chimney Point Commerce at the Crossroads Commodore Thomas Macdonough Cornwall Remembers Court Square DAR John Strong Mansion Early Life Along Otter Creek in Vergennes Emma Willard Emma Willard Memorial Ethan Allen with Eighty-Three Green Mountain Boys Fort Ticonderoga and Mount Defiance Foundation -1776 or 1777 General Hospital – 1777 German Hut – 1777 Hathorne School Heritage Travelers over the Years In Memory of Pvt. Norman E. Wasley John Deere Lake Champlain and the American Revolution Larrabee’s Point Levi P. Morton Macdonough Shipyard Major Samuel Beach Marble Works Memorial Bridge Middlebury Civil War Memorial Middlebury War Memorial Military Road Mount Independence Mt. Independence Military Road Northern Terminal of the Crown Point Military Road Officers Quarters – 1776 Robert Frost Samuel Miller, Esq. Shoreham Covered Railroad Bridge Silas Wright Site of Naval Shipyard Snow Geese Southern Battery – 1777 Southern Defense Trail Stephen Bates Vermont’s Earliest Known Black Sheriff and Chief of Police Storehouse - 1776 The Addison County Courthouse The American Southern Defenses – 1776-1777 The Battell Block The Bixby Memorial Free Library The Corner School The Dead Creek Wildlife Management Area The Great Convention The U.S. Government Morgan Horse Farm The Vergennes Pump House Third Brigade Encampment – 1776 To Repel the Enemy Town & Gown Vergennes 150th Anniversary Veterans Memorial War Memorial War Memorial War Memorial Wetland Resources William Slade / The Gag Rule World War Memorial World War Memorial "Rokeby"