About the Historic Site

June 20, 2014

The President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site is found in Plymouth Notch, Vermont, a small community hidden away among the Green Mountains. The site is owned by the State of Vermont and operated by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. In Plymouth Notch on the Fourth of July, 1872, Calvin Coolidge, the Thirtieth President of the […]

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The Historic Site

November 13, 2012

Visit We invite you to visit the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, Vermont, where our thirtieth president was born, grew up, returned to, and was sworn in as president by his father. The Coolidge Foundation partners with the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation to present a wide variety of educational programs […]

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Detailed History of the Historic Site

August 2, 2012

The Triumph of a Public – Private Partnership Detail August 3, 1923 “Beginning the next morning after Mr. Coolidge took the oath of office at Plymouth Notch, the people began to come.  Many stood and silently gazed at the Coolidge house, many wanted to get in.  As the years went by the crowds increased until […]

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Museum Exhibits

April 12, 2012

More than Two Words: Calvin Coolidge’s Life and Legacy The Permanent Exhibition, More than Two Words: Calvin Coolidge’s Life & Legacy, is featured in the Pinney Room of the President Calvin Coolidge Museum and Education Center. This interactive exhibit offers a graphic insight into the boy from Plymouth Notch who became President of the United […]

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