1. a) The idea that round barns were built that way to prevent the devil from hiding in the corners has long been associated with the Shakers of New England. Round barns in the Townships, however, were built purely for practical reasons. Greater ease in feeding and cleaning the cattle, better light, and aerodynamics all played a part.
2. b) According to tradition, the mountain is named after Owl, a local Abenaki chief.
3. c) Memphré. Named after Lake Memphremagog, sightings of the legendary beast date back nearly two centuries.