A History of Bolton Vermont was written in 1989 by Gardiner Lane, a longtime and beloved Bolton resident.
West Bolton at the Turn of the Century by Gardiner Lane
Walking Back in Time – The West Bolton History Trail
This booklet was prepared for the Vermont Army National Guard by the University of Vermont’s Consulting Archaeology Program.
State Register of Historic Places in Bolton
The State Register of Historic Places is the official list of Vermont’s historic places that are significant for their historic, architectural, engineering and archeological merit. Authorized by the Vermont Historic Preservation Act of 1975, 22 V.S.A. chapter 14, and administered by the Division for Historic Preservation, the State Register is part of a program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect Vermont’s historic and archeological resources. Sites and properties listed on the State Register reflect the prehistoric occupation and historical development of our nation, state, and local communities.
Over 30,000 of buildings, structures, sites and historic districts throughout Vermont are listed in the State Register. Being listed does not, in itself, impose any obligation on the property owner, or restrict the owner’s basic right to use and dispose of the property as he or she sees fit. The state register of historic places in Bolton includes:
- Stevens Mill Historic District (currently Curtis Lane and Bolton Valley Road area)
- Burke Residence
- Callahan Residence
- Roederer Residence
- Tracy Place
- Preston Residence
- Bolton Lodge
- Sanders Residence
- Raleigh House
- Happy Acres
- The White House
- Sophronia Streeter Residence
- Linton Residence
- The Doctors Camp
- Mullen Residence
National Register of Historic Places
The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation’s historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America’s historic and archeological resources. Bolton has two places listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Preston Lafreniere Farm listed in 1999, and Honey Hollow Camp listed in 1995.
Preston Lafreniere Farm
Honey Hollow Camp