Construction of buildings from the 18th-21st centuries in Groton reflected the regional styles of early settlers & popular contemporary architectural styles such as Cape Cod, Greek Revival and Victorian. These buildings, and their residents, give us insight into what life was like in Groton. 

Interested in researching your property? The Groton Historical Society has compiled a list of resources and tips to help you get started.

Download our House History Research Guide here.

Stone Houses of Caledonia County

In 1955, Waldo Glover wrote a piece on the stone houses of Caledonia County for the journal of the Vermont Historical Society. You can access the article here . You can explore the Vermont History Journal Archives here.

The John Taisey House, ca. 1823, 1840

The Peter Paul House, ca. 1840

The Alice Lord Goodine House, ca. 1840