Thomas Macdonough

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VERGENNES | Vergennes’ picturesque boat basin is located below the falls in the downtown section of Vermont’s Little City. Read more

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Visitors to the Little City of Vergennes arrive not only by auto, but they come via boat, too. Read more

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PLATTSBURGH | City officials are pushing full speed ahead on a variety of projects designed to open up and revitalize the waterfront, and the possibility of attracting a hotelier to downtown Plattsburgh is taking the spotlight. Read more

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VERGENNES — Among America’s top shipbuilders, Adam and Noah Brown of New York City were ordered by the U.S. Government to travel Vermont in early 1814 to build a small fleet of fighting ships to be used against the British on Lake Champlain. Read more

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VERGENNES — Shipbuilders Adam and Noah Brown of New York City began their illustrious career in 1804 at a shipyard located in a marshy area where today’s Cherry and Clinton streets meet right along Manhattan’s East River shore. Read more

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