Allen, Ethan – Vermont


The Ethan Allen mug is part of a biographical series profiling unique individuals who shaped the history of Vermont.  An image of Ethan Allen and a short biography are features of this history mug.

Small Mug, 11 oz.

Large Mug, 15 oz.

Clear selection


Ethan Allen was a founding father of the state of Vermont.  Born on the Connecticut frontier, his conflicts with the puritanical church and desire for advancement led him to land speculation in the New Hampshire Grants.  A series of legal challenges by New York for the land led to the formation of the Green Mountain Boys.  Allen, as leader, drove many New York settlers out of those lands  When the Revolution began, Allen helped capture Fort Ticonderoga and in 1775 led an attack on Montreal that failed.  He was captured and held prisoner for three years.  By the time Allen was released, the Grants citizens declared their independence as the Vermont Republic.  Allen was a farmer, author and land speculator.  His book Reason foreshadowed the Transcendentalism movement.

This Ethan Allen History Mug is part of our Vermont Series which includes many unique individuals who played an important part in molding Vermont’s history.  Other Vermont History Mugs can be found under the Vermont section of our website. Content is crafted for a stunning visual experience and to inspire an interest to learn more about history. Biography and images are designed and printed in Bristol, Vermont, USA.

  • 11 oz. mug:  3.75” H x 3” D
  • 15 oz. mug:  4.5″ H x 3.25″ D
  • Mugs are premium hard coated ceramic, which are food and microwave safe.
  • To preserve photographic quality we recommend handwashing.
  • Mugs are usually shipped within 3-5 days.
  • Shipping charges drop dramatically on orders of 8 or more.


Additional information


Small, Large