Rudyard Kipling's Naulakha

Location: Dummerston
Tag(s): Art and Culture
Historical Category: Historic Preservation
Video Date: 03/22/18

Famed British author Rudyard Kipling lived in Vermont while writing The Jungle Book and other novels. His wife's family was from Dummerston and that connection brought Kipling to the area. He designed the house to look like a ship. The historic house is owned and preserved by the Landmark Trust USA.

This Place in History is produced in partnership by Local 22 & Local 44 ( and the Vermont Historical Society.

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