Crown Point Road Assoc. History Tour – July 21

The Crown Point Road Association is leading a "one-day, drive-yourself caravan history tour" of the Summer of 1777 battlefields. The event consists of guided tours of the Hubbardton and Bennington battlefields and many brief stops along the way. The final stop is the Bennington Battle Monument. Meet at the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site at … Continue reading Crown Point Road Assoc. History Tour – July 21

The MIC welcomes its newest board member, Heather Workman

The Mount Independence Coalition board of directors is pleased to announce our newest member, Heather Workman of Cornwall, Vermont. Heather has been a Vermonter from birth, a fact that may surprise you after hearing her delightful “British” accent, the result of what she describes as a geographically and culturally eclectic upbringing, which includes school in … Continue reading The MIC welcomes its newest board member, Heather Workman

Strong Ground makes a great gift!

Still looking for a present or two this holiday time? Think about giving a gift of history. Strong Ground: Mount Independence and the American Revolution is the beautiful, richly illustrated and dramatic story of the important role in the War of Independence played by our region. Get the book at local bookstores, or order online.

Journal of the American Revolution review of Strong Ground

The Journal of the American Revolution has published a glowing review of Strong Ground, written by Gene Procknow. After describing the action at Mount Independence, Procknow concludes his review as follows: I strongly recommend Strong Ground to both scholars as well as enthusiasts. The book is unique, because it fills an historical gap as well … Continue reading Journal of the American Revolution review of Strong Ground

Celebrate the publication of Strong Ground

Update: See pictures from the event here. The Mount Independence Coalition is holding a party to celebrate the publication of Strong Ground: Mount Independence and the American Revolution. Saturday, July 29 at 12:30 p.m. The festivities will begin with a little pomp and ceremony, as we reflect on the history of the Mount and the … Continue reading Celebrate the publication of Strong Ground