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  Link   Abenaki Tribal Museum,
Abenaki Tribal Museum, 100 Grand Ave., Swanton, VT. 802-868-2559. Designed by and with many items from the collection of Fred M. Wiseman, this very recently expanded museum has a diverse collection of materials and will well pay a drive to Swanton. I
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  Link   Chimney Point Historic Site, Addison, Vt
For more than 7,500 years, the jutting shoreline known as Chimney Point has been a strategic settlement for peoples occupying the Champlain Valley.
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  Link   Fairbanks Museum
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  Link   Fort Ticonderoga
The Fort is much more than a restored military fortress. Your visit will include rich and varied offerings including costumed interpreters, 30-minute guided tours, a world class museum, daily musket demonstrations, and self-guided tours of the Fort.
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  Link   Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Welcome to the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, a private non-profit museum located in Vermont, dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain.
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  Link   Sargent Museum
The Sargent Museum in New Hampshire is dedicated to Howard R. Sargent, the first archaeologist concerned with preserving New Hampshire's heritage.
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  Link   Mt Kearsarge Indian Museum
Dedicated to the spirit of the North American Indians
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  Link   Museum of New Hampshire History
Since 1823, the New Hampshire Historical Society has been preserving our state's past and telling its rich stories to each generation.
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