Ethan Allen (disambiguation)

Ethan Allen (disambiguation)

Ethan Allen (1738–1789) was an early American and Vermont revolutionary.

;Other people so named:
* Ethan Allen (armsmaker) (1806–1871), American gunsmith
* Ethan Allen (baseball) (1904–1993), player and coach

;Named for the Vermont revolutionary:
* USS "Ethan Allen" (1859–1865), Civil War era Union Navy 556-ton bark
* Fort Ethan Allen (Arlington, Virginia) (1861–1865), one of Washington, D.C.'s defensive fortifications
* Fort Ethan Allen (Colchester, Vermont) (1894–1960), former U.S. Army installation, the housing still exists as a neighborhood
* Ethan Allen (furniture company) (1932—), started in Vermont
* USS "Ethan Allen" (1960–1983), U.S. Navy ballistic missile submarine (SSBN-608), lead ship for the:
** "Ethan Allen" class submarine (1960–1992)
* A tour boat (1980s–2005) that sank in the Ethan Allen boating accident
* Ethan Allen Express (1996—), passenger train operated by Amtrak

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