Calvin Coolidge was born here in 1872 in the house attached to his father's general store. In 1876 the family moved across the street and it was here in 1923 that Coolidge was sworn in as president by his father, a justice of the peace, after word of President Harding's death had been received. The president and six generations of the Coolidge family are buried here. The district consists of twelve buildings and is a State-owned historic site.
Construction of the Calvin Coolidge Homestead District
- 23 Jun 1965
Calvin Coolidge Homestead District designated a National Historic Landmark
- 15 Oct 1966
Calvin Coolidge Homestead District added to National Register of Historic Places
Calvin Coolidge Homestead District has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places with the following information, some of which may have become outdated since the listing date.
- NRHP ID
- Coolidge, Calvin, Homestead District
- Place Type
- Off VT 100A
- Plymouth Notch
- Date Listed
- Significance Level