Lincoln is a town in Addison County, of the "Mid Vermont" region.
Lincoln was chartered to Colonel Benjamin Simonds and 64 associates. The town was named in honor of his commanding officer, Major General Benjamin Lincoln (1733-1810), who had played a vital role in getting the Massachusetts militia to Vermont to assist at the Battle of Bennington.
Some notable people from the area include: Chris Bohjalian, an author; and Ronald Rood, an author & naturalist.
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Vermont Events in March
Twin Maple Sugarworks Open House Weekend 3/28/15 - 3/29/15
Sugar house will be open for tours, boiling demonstrations, etc. Directions: Turn east on Lincoln-Bristol Road just north of Bristol on Route 116, four miles on right.
Solar Sweet Maple Farm Open House 3/28/15 - 3/29/15
We are a solar powered sugarhouse made from reclaimed timber. We are wood-fired, have 17,000 taps on 200 acres of land. We will be offering tours, light refreshments, and maple syrup and products for sale. Directions: Take Route 116 to River Road in Lincoln. Drive 5 miles to South Lincoln Road, on right. Drive another 5 miles to the end of South Lincoln Road. We are on the left.
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