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Addison County 
6656 VT Rte, 17W 
Addison, VT 05491

Historical Significance:

John Strong, who built the Mansion in 1796, was a Revolutionary War patriot and a prominent early citizen of Addison County. He served as a judge, surveyor, State Legislator and represented Addison at the State Convention that adopted the Constitution of the United States and approved the admission of Vermont to the Union as the 14th State. Five generations of the Strong family lived in the home; their lives were intertwined with historic events at Fort Ticonderoga, Crown Point, and the Plattsburgh battle sites.

Acknowledgements: The Vermont State Society Daughters of the American Revolution own, operate, and maintain this museum. This museum is open to the public with regularly scheduled events and docent led tours.
Form Submitted By: Vermont Daughters of the American Revolution 03/01/2011