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Recently,I drove from Burlington,Vermont to the birthplace of Chester Alan Arthur in rural East Fairfield and it was closed on the July Thursday that I tried to visit it.It is a small yellow house.Considering the contributions that Chester Alan Arthur made to the United States...More
We were in Fairfield for a dual purpose: half was to visit Chester A. Arthur's birthplace. It's 6 miles from center of Fairfield and cabin where he was born is not there, but a large monument is. The REPLICA of his father's house / parsonage...More
This is a small historic site honoring our 21st President, who was best known for being an abolitionist. This little house is a reconstruction of his father's parsonage, as he was a Baptist minister [and also an avid abolitionist]. The site is open only on...More
the drive in to this remote site is worth it alone. Beautiful vistas abound. The small two room house and site are well maintained and Tom, the chatty guide, was a wealth of information about Chester Arthur and rural Vermont of both yesteryear and today....More
We read about this site in a pamphlet and decided to take the drive to see it. It is down a scenic country road with nice mountain views. Unfortunately, the building is only open on weekends. We peeked in the windows to read some of...More
The Vermobt historic site features the reconstructed early home of Chester Arthur. There are no furnishings. Each room is filled with historical informational panels about Arthur's life. When coming from the south or easdt, it is easier to get to from rt 108. Just note,...More
I have been a Presidential history buff since I was a child, visiting sites like this across the country. There's not much to see here, and it's in the middle of nowhere (almost to Canada), but it's worth visiting to cross if off the list....More