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The Hubbardton Battle Monument was erected on July 7, 1859, almost 82 years after the Hubbardton Battle was fought. The erection of this monument actually started the public recognition for the Hubbardton Battlefield. The Hubbardton Battle was the only one fought in Vermont during the Revolution.

The monument is among the country?s oldest Revolutionary War battle monuments. It stands on a site where American rear guards made the most massive efforts. It is also the site where many believe Colonel Francis is buried. Today, visitors can see it in front of the Visitor Center of the Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site.

In 1991, the monument was restored by the State of Vermont. Today, the monument also brings its visitors a thorough understanding of what happened in the Hubbardton Battle through its detailed diorama in the visitor?s center.
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