John Strong Mansion Museum
Built in 1796, the John Strong Mansion Museum is a historic home in Addison, Vermont located across Lake Champlain from Port Henry, New York. It was the home of prominent Vermont colonial figure John Strong. He served in the Revolutionary War was elected to a few government positions including the state legislature. The Vermont Daughters of the Revolution purchased the home in 1934 and have maintained it as a museum ever since. Visitors to the mansion will get an understanding of what life in Vermont was like during the Colonial period. Many of the items in the mansion belonged to Strong and his family.
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