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A Lafayette Trail marker was installed at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage to honor Lafayette's visit to General Jackson on May 5, 1825.
A Lafayette Trail marker was installed on the Newport Common to commemorate Lafayette's visit to the Town of Newport on June 27, 1825.
A Lafayette Trail was installed to honor Lafayette's crossing from Vermont into Vermont on June 28, 1825. A record of the toll paid by Lafayette to cross the Cornish Bridge is preserved at the New Hampshire Historical Society in Concord, New Hampshire
A Lafayette Trail marker was installed at the center of Opera House Square to commemorate Lafayette's visit to Claremont on June 27, 1825. He spent the night and headed toward Vermont the next morning.
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The Lafayette Trail, Inc. is incorporated in the U.S. state of Maryland as a nonprofit organization under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code with the mission to document, map, and mark General Lafayette's footsteps during his Farewell Tour of the United States in 1824 and 1825. It aims to educate the public about the national significance of Lafayette's Tour and to promote a broader understanding of Lafayette's numerous contributions to American independence and national coherence in preparation for the 2024-2025 tour bicentennial celebrations.
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