The Town of Easton and Greenwich were originally settled by Quakers. They believed that all men were equal in the eyes of God and were early to take on the abolitionist cause. Many historic homes in the area were known to harbor fugitive slaves as a part of the Underground Railroad. A kiosk erected in Mowry Park by the Washington County Historical Society directs visitors to underground railroad stations.
Latitude: 43.09397 Longitude: -73.505542 Elevation: 364 ft
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- A Crease in the Landscape: Perspectives on the Working Landscape and Slate Valley of Lakes to Locks Passage
- Lake Champlain Birding Trail
- Hamlet of Fort Miller
- Explore the Turning Point Trail: The 1777 Campaign of Major General John Burgoyne
- Northern Reaches of Lake Champlain: An Interpretive Guide to the Borderlands of Lakes to Locks Passage
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Regional History, American History, European History, Religious History, Culinary Arts.