Authentic Maine. The Grand Tour
General Henry Knox (1750-1806), a hero during the Revolutionary war, lived in Montpelier. The house was razed in 1871, but then rebuilt in 1929, and furnished with original antiques and opened a the Knox Museum. The museum has undergone renovations and now has education exhibits throughout, that will capture the life, times and legacy of Henry Knox. [images]
Knox, Henry, 1750-1806, Historic buildings
Staff & Wire Reports, "Authentic Maine. The Grand Tour" (2017). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 2137.
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