ⓘ Stannard, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Stannard, Vermont

Previously known as Goshen Gore No. 1, the town was incorporated as Stannard in honor of General George J. Stannard, a Union Army hero of the Civil War. Stannard and his 2nd Vermont Brigade broke Picketts charge and beat back troops from Florida and Alabama. He was commended by the Vermont legislature in 1865 for his "skill and bravery".

In the center of town is the old Methodist Church.

                                     
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