Battle of Bennington Monument, Bennington, VT Photos

A large monument marks the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington, VT (Aug. 16, 1777) where British General Burgoyne's troops tried to take food & weapons stores of American colonists to restock British Forces living off the land. Americans under Col. Seth Warner & Brigadier General John Stark captured the 1,000 troops which caused Burgoyne's eventual surrender at Saratoga.

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Bennington Monument marks Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington wherein British General Burgoyne's troops tried to take food & weapons stores of American colonists to restock his own troops. Bennington, VT.Detail of top of Bennington Monument which marks major American Revolutionary War victory which stopped British incursions from Canada. Bennington, VT.Stonework detail of Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Revolutionary War hero Col. Seth Warner statue before Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.
Bennington Monument (1880s) marks Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington (Aug. 16, 1777) wherein British General Burgoyne's troops tried to take food & weapons stores of American colonists to restock his own troops. Bennington, VT.Detail of top of Bennington Monument which marks major American Revolutionary War victory which stopped British incursions from Canada. Bennington, VT.Stonework detail of Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Revolutionary War hero Col. Seth Warner statue (1910) before Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.
Statue of Col. Seth Warner who with Green Mountain Boys crippled British General Burgoyne's invasion of the American colonies at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Brigadier General John Stark victor of Battle of Bennington statue by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Brigadier General John Stark victor of Battle of Bennington statue by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Battle of Bennington room at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.
Statue of Col. Seth Warner (1743-84) who with Green Mountain Boys crippled British General Burgoyne's invasion of the American colonies at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Brigadier General John Stark (1728-1822) victor of Battle of Bennington statue (1889) by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Brigadier General John Stark (1728-1822) victor of Battle of Bennington statue (1889) by John Rogers & Robert Shure at Bennington Monument. Bennington, VT.Battle of Bennington room at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.
Battle of Bennington painting by Alonzo Chappel at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.Prisoners Taken at Battle of Bennington on Aug. 16, 1777 painting by Leroy Williams, WPA artist at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.Battle of Bennington on Aug. 16, 1777, relief map of at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.John Stark plaster model for monument by Richard H. Recchia at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.
Battle of Bennington painting by Alonzo Chappel at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.Prisoners Taken at Battle of Bennington on Aug. 16, 1777 painting (1930s) by Leroy Williams, WPA artist at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.Battle of Bennington on Aug. 16, 1777, relief map (1927) of at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.John Stark plaster model for monument (1953) by Richard H. Recchia at Bennington Museum. Bennington, VT.
First Congregational Church of Bennington. Bennington, VT.Paper Mill covered bridge. Bennington, VT.

First Congregational Church of Bennington (1805). Bennington, VT. Architect: Lavius Fillmore.Paper Mill covered bridge. Bennington, VT.


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