Ethan Allen Monument (Burlington, Vt.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Henry Hitchcock Letters
The collection contains letters from Henry Hitchcock to his friend John Norton Pomeroy in Burlington, Vermont. Hitchcock was a Vermonter who immigrated to Alabama and built a successful law and business career; he became Alabama's first Secretary of State, first Attorney General, and Chief Justice. Pomeroy was a lawyer and politician who worked with George Perkins Marsh to erect a monument to Ethan Allen in Burlington.
John Norton Pomeroy Papers
Abstract Collection includes comittee correspondence, financial papers, subscription books, memorabilia, and other papers, relating to the erection and dedication of the Ethan Allen Monument in Burlington, together with essays, deeds, and legal papers, and local Unitarian Church material; and correspondence of Dr. John Pomeroy (1764-1844), with Medical notes and studies (1802-14) and financial accounts, of Dr. Pomeroy and Cassius F. Pomeroy. Includes materials on history of University of Vermont in...