Mount Independence State Historic Site
Sunday, July 23, 2017, from 2:00 to 3:30
A group of researchers shares their latest historical discoveries about Mount Independence history during this panel presentation moderated by site interpreter and historian Paul Andriscin.
Ennis Duling, fresh from editing the new book Strong Ground: Mount Independence and the American Revolution, will discuss his research on a court martial. Ron Morgan will tell you about his work on the German movements and occupation on the Mount. Site interpreter Elsa Gilbertson will share some recent mapping activities, and Stephen Zeoli will share a story new to us on who named Mount Independence.
Help us promote this event. Download, print and distribute this poster: 2017 MI recent research program.
Visitors are welcome to ask questions and share their own stories and research.
The program is in memory of Louise Ransom, long-time Mount Independence Coalition president. Admission is $5.00 for adults and free for children under 15, and includes the museum and all the trails. As usual, Coalition members receive free admission.
Call 802-948-2000 for more information.
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[…] I’ll be joining three other panelists discussing some recent research about Mount Independence State Historic Site this Sunday, July 23. The event starts at 2:00 and takes place at the Visitor Center auditorium at the Mount. You can learn more about the event here. […]
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