Vermont's country stores, Part 2
CONCLUSION: Each Vermont country store carries its own particular stock of special wares and memorable characters, according to Vermont author Dennis Bathory-Kitsz. Getting a start in 1839, the same year slaves mutinied aboard the infamous sailing ship Amistad, today's Warren Store was operating as a stagecoach stop and a boarding house.
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