Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: The Homestead After Ethan

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Ethan Allen died on February 12th, 1789, leaving behind his wife and children. The story of his Homestead does not end there, however. Legal battles, world events, and family dynamics colored the lives of the inhabitants of the Ethan Allen Homestead for many years to come. Dan O’Neil presents the stories of some of the people who called the Homestead home and the events and social conditions that shaped their lives.

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