The General Hospital at Mount Independence in Orwell, Vermont, has been examined in order to learn more about the configuration of an 18-century military hospital. Historical research combined with on-site excavation in 1990 exposed the foundation of a 250-foot-long building containing principally archicetural and kitchen debris. While physical remains did not reveal the layout of individual rooms, archaeological and historical evidence have nevertheless provided insights into the appearance and function of this important structure.
Starbuck, David R.
"The General Hospital at Mount Independence: 18th-Century Health Care at a Revolutionary War Cantonment,"
Northeast Historical Archaeology:
19, Article 2.
https://doi.org/10.22191/neha/vol19/iss1/2 Available at: https://orb.binghamton.edu/neha/vol19/iss1/2