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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. * 4.'^ '-^ , V THE AMERICAN HISTORICAL RECORD, AND REPERTORY OF NOTES AND QUERIES. Its list of contributors (which is continually increasing) numbers some of the brightest minds of our country; and we here tender to them- all, our grateful thanks for their generous aid, with the expression of a hope that the same practical interest which they have hitherto taken in our work, will be continued in the future. The words " Council room" appear, cut there house, which was in a tolerable state of in early times.You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I J « - ill ©■ p.. CONCERNING THE HISTORY AND ANTIQUITIES OF AMERICA AND BIOGRAPHY OF AMERICANS. We shall hope, thereby, to make the Record a welcome visitor to the intelligent households of our land. On the top of the high preservation, had been built over a hun- sign post was placed the stuffed skin of a dred years, having been erected by Captain Catamount, from which came the name of Stephen Fay, a year or two prior to 1770. It was a wooden building about 44 feet by in accordance with the custom of the time, 34, two stories high, having two high chim- more generally spoken of as "Landlord neys with high fire places in each story.Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. The first volume has closed with a steadily increasing circulation, which gives pro- mise of the permanent establishment of the publication among the periodical issues from the American press. THE OLD CATAMOUNT TAVERN AT BENNINGTON, VERMONT} On the 30th of March 1871 (he old cook room as occasion required.About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. We point with satisfaction to the varied contents of this Volume, as an evidence that it is already a favorite among historical readers and inquirers. The two " Catamount Tavern" House, which had chimneys are now standing (Autumn of long been the most notable relic of early 1871) exhibiting their spacious fireplaces, times in the Center Village of Bennington, with heavy iron cranes in those of the Vermont, was burnt to the ground. On the mar- had been unoccupied for a short time and ble mantle of one of the fire places the the origin of the fire is unknown.The multitude, who as well as the six jurors, had condemned the traitor, were clamorous at their disappointment, and violence was seriously apprehended, whereupon Col.Ethan Allen, who had just returned from his long English captivity,* mounted a slump and waving his hat and exclaiming attention the whole!At about the same time he married a young woman named Elizabeth, of whose family' we have no record.She was an English girl, evidently of the gentry class like Winslow, and probably one of Mr. She was dressed, doubt- less, on that WEDDING slipper.
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It was the home of J»mhler.-[Ei»Toii.] .^^_^_^^^ ID the Office of the Libis- eft) $ *af -8 ^! sojourning at the " Catamount Tavern" in the spring of 1775 and from the " Council Room" of that house went forth his order of May 3rd, for mustering the Green Jdountain Bo)'s for the capture of Titon- deroga which was effected seven days after- wards in the name of "the great Jehovah and the Continental Congress." In this noted tavern house sat the Ver- mont Council of Safety during the trying campaign of 1777 guiding and directing the patriotic exertions of the Green Moun- tain Boys to stem the torrent of Burgoyne's invasion ; and here also Stark and Warner, with the aid of the Council, planned the fa- mous attack on Baum's entrenchments, where was won the brilliant victory of Bennington, which turned the current of success from the British to the American arms, and was followed in a few weeks, by the capture of Burgoyne and his army at Saratoga.
Captain Fay, the proprietor of the house had five sons in the Battle of Bennington one of whom was killed.
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