Carroll Page attended the local schools, People"s Academy in Morrisville and Lamoille Central Academy in Hyde Park.
He served as the 43rd Governor of Vermont and a United States Senator. Page went into the business of buying and selling raw animal hides for the production of leather goods. Based in Hyde Park, Page"s enterprise grew until it was recognized as the largest calfskin dealer in the world.
During the American Civil War Page registered for the draft, and then served as a major in the 4th Regiment of Vermont Militia.
He was Lamoille County Treasurer from 1866 to 1872. Page was also involved in the lumber business and served as President of the Lamoille County Savings Bank and Trust Company and the Lamoille County National Bank, both in Hyde Park.
In addition, he was also a director of the Saint Johnsbury and Lake Champlain Railroad. He was registrar of the Lamoille County probate court from 1880 to 1891.
He was a state savings bank examiner from 1884 to 1888.
As a Republican, Page was elected Governor of Vermont and served from October 2, 1890 to October 6, 1892. During his term, the office of Governor of Vermont was empowered to appoint judges of all city and municipal courts, and legislation was enacted providing for secret ballots in elections. In 1908, Page was elected as a Republican to the United States. Senate to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Redfield Proctor.
He was reelected in 1910 and 1916 and served from October 21, 1908, to March 3, 1923.
He was not a candidate for reelection in 1922. Page resided in Hyde Park until his death on December 3, 1925.
He is interred at Hyde Park Cemetery, Hyde Park, Lamoille County, Vermont.
Russel South. Page was a farmer, banker, businessman, and public official who served in several local offices, was a member of the Vermont House of Representatives, and held the county offices of sheriff and assistant judge. From 1869 to 1872 Page was a member of the Vermont House of Representatives and from 1874 to 1876 he was a member of the Vermont Senate. While in the Senate, Page was chairman of the Committee on Standards, Weights and Measures (Sixty-first Congress) and a member of the Committee on Cuban Relations (Sixty-second Congress), the Committee on the Disposition of Useless Executive Papers (Sixty-third Congress), the Committee on Transportation and Sale of Meat Products (Sixty-fourth and Sixty-fifth Congresses), and the Committee on Naval Affairs (Sixty-sixth and Sixty-seventh Congresses).