This town in Vermont has its place in history as the boyhood home of President Calvin Coolidge. He was vacationing here when President Harding died and Coolidge as Vice President had to be sworn in as President. That happened in the middle of the night and his father who was a notary public did the swearing in ceremony.
Coolidge is the only President born on the 4th of July. Apparently there's a tradition that flowers are placed on Presidents' graves on their birthdays with full military honors.
Below is his mother's home. She died when Coolidge was only 12.
The church was built in 1840.