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Calvin Galusha Coolidge

Calvin Galusha Coolidge (September 22, 1815 - December 15, 1878) was an American farmer and politician.


Born in Plymouth, Vermont, Coolidge was a farmer. He served in local government as a justice of the peace, constable, and selectman. He served in the Vermont House of Representatives in 1860 and 1861. He was the father of John C. Coolidge, who also served in the Vermont General Assembly, and the grandfather of President Calvin Coolidge. He died in Plymouth, Vermont.[1][2][3]


  1. ^ 'The New England Historical and Genealogical Registers, volumes 76-77, New England Historic Genealogical Society: 1922, Biographical Sketch of Calvin Galusha Coolidge, pg. 303
  2. ^ The Coolidge Homestead-The Shed-President Calvin Coolidge
  3. ^ Coolidge Family Papers 1802-1932-Vermont Historical Society

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