The Monument & Markers

Colonel Seth leader of the Green Mountain BoysOn the grounds at the Monument are a number of additional monuments. The largest is the heroic figure of Seth Warner, commander of the Green Mountain Boys who helped defeat the British forces in the second engagement of the battle. Crafted from granite, this monument was donated in 1911by Colonel Olin Scott.

Seth Werner- Statue of Seth Warner, leader of the Green Mountain Boys, donated to the Monument in 1911 by Olin Scott.

Also prominently displayed is a large granite boulder with a bronze tablet, placed in honor of General John Stark and the 1,400 New Hampshire men who were involved in the Battle. This memorial was donated by the Citizens of New Hampshire in 1977.

Stone dedicated to the 1,400 New Hampshire soldiers led by John Stark

General  Stark -  Statue of John Stark, donated to the Monument in 1999 by John Threlfall, fifth great nephew of the General.

General Stark of New Hampshire

In 2000 John Threlfall, donated a bronze statue of General John Stark to the Monument site.  This statue was cast from a plaster model executed in 1889 by American sculptor John Rogers. A number of other memorials are on the grounds surrounding the main Monument.

Haswell – Stone marker for Anthony Haswell who was arrested and jailed under the Sedition Act of 1798 for publishing material criticizing the government of President John Adams and supporting the party of Thomas Jefferson.  He was the second printer in Vermont and published in 1785 Ethan Allen’s controversial deist tract, Reason, the Only Oracle of Man.

Stone marker for Anthony Haswell

Continental Storehouse – Marker denotes the site of the continental storehouse, the object of the British attack.

Stone tablet marks the site of the Continental Storehouse