Tinmouth is a little Vermont town tucked away in the Taconic Mountains southwest of Rutland. Like other little hill towns in Vermont it has developed its own culture, making it “like no other.” It’s not unique in that; every little town is different from every other, even when they share a common boundary. This is a history of one town, and how it reflects the history of Vermont for the 250 years of their existence.
About the Author
Grant Reynolds has been a student of Vermont history since he was a child, riding around back roads in his family's Ford while his father told stories. He graduated from Bates College with High Honors in History, and from Columbia Law School. He now lives in Tinmouth, Vermont, after a long career in Washington, DC. He writes for and edits the Tinmouth Channel, Quarterly Journal of the Tinmouth Historical and Genealogical Society, and is a Trustee of the Vermont Historical Society.