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On June 28, 1790, Jonathan Arnold donated the land now occupied by the courthouse and park to the "South Parish" of the Village of St. Johnsbury for use as a "Buryal Ground."
By 1855 the burial ground had fallen into disrepair.
(National Register of Historic Places Plaque)
St. Johnsbury Athenaeum
Has been designated a
National Historic Landmark
This building possesses National Significance
in commemorating the history of the
United States of America
After experimenting with new types of farm equipment, plows and stoves, Thaddeus Fairbanks invented the platform scale here in 1830. With his brothers Erastus and Joseph, he founded the company which still bears their name. Many St. Johnsbury publ…
Vermont's first and for many years only four year vocational school opened on Western Avenue on September 3, 1918. Needing skilled workers during World War I, Fairbanks, Morse & Co. started an all-day co-operative school where young men could lear…
After experimenting with new types of farm equipment, plows, and stoves, Thaddeus Fairbanks invented the platform scale here in 1830. With his brothers Erastus and Joseph, he founded the company which still bears there name. Many St. Johnsbury pub…
Opened on July 18, 1959 as Vermont's first organized auto racing track under the guidance of the Northeastern Racing Association, the State's first motor sports sanctioning body. By instituting formal point and purse structures and focusing on dri…