Molly Stark

wife of General Stark and mother of eleven children. Statue is on the grounds of Crafts Inn in Wilmington, VT and was erected by "her family"
Lovely statue of a very strong woman.
posted May 28th, 2011  
Great composition. Love the flag peaking through.
posted May 28th, 2011  
Love the flag in the background :]
posted May 28th, 2011  
Great mood to the shot
posted May 28th, 2011  
Oh. This is even better than the front view of her. Nicely framed, the flag looks like it's hanging right off of the gun, giving it a very patriotic look to it.
posted May 29th, 2011  
Lovely shot and the flag in the background is so fitting. Nicely done.
posted May 29th, 2011  
Wonderful capture!!
posted May 29th, 2011  
I love that she's wearing her full skirt and carrying her musket (?).. I bet she was a fascinating woman.. I like your perspective
posted May 31st, 2011  
@5unflow3r Thank you Trina,
@lislee75 Thank you Lisa,
@naomi Thank You Naomi,
@bobg Thank you Bob,
@webfoot Thank you Paul,
@seattle Thank you Constance,
@bill_d Thank you Bill,
@buggus Thank you Oleta,
Late 17th early 18th century saw a lot of strong women that the history books gloss over, I am glad Vermont has not in "Molly" Starks case; thank you all for your commenting
posted May 31st, 2011  
Great photo!
posted May 31st, 2011  
Great photo Harry. Nice history and detail.
posted June 1st, 2011  
@jendee3 Thank you Jen,
@pamfromcalgary Thank you Pam,
It is women like her that have given us the freedoms we have today
posted June 1st, 2011  
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