“George Stannard and his Vermonters.”  George J. Stannard, the first Vermonter to volunteer for service in the Civil War, was one of Vermont's most distinguished soldiers. The town of Stannard and Stannard Mountain are named after him.  Transcribed & submitted by Lee Morse.   [June 17, 2002] 

 
"The History of the First Census of the United States - 1790. Heads of families."  Transcribed and submitted by Karima.  [June 6, 2002] 

 
1827-1987 Burials, Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery, Sheffield, Caledonia Co., VT.  Courtesy of the Sheffield Historical Society. Submitted to the Vermont Web Site by Harman Clark.  [May 30, 2002] 

 
"The History of the Granite Industry of New England.", Vol. II, by Arthur W. Brayley, 1913, Courtesy of the Hardwick Area History Advocates. Transcribed and submitted to the Vermont Web Site by Tom Dunn.   [May 28, 2002] 

 
"Regimental History - Vermont Seventeenth Regiment," by Lt. Joel H. Lucia . This history describes the regiment's exploits in battles fought in Virginia during the Civil War.  Because of it's length, this historical account has been divided into 3 parts. Transcribed and Submitted to the Vermont Web Site by Al Rose. [May 26, 2002] 

 
"The Mail Story of the Flood - Part II."  The story of the part played by the postal workers in the flood-stricken areas of New England as a result of the flood of November, 1927.  Also included are photographs of the disaster.  Submitted to the Vermont Web Site by Tom Dunn.   [April 1, 2002]

 
"The Mail Story of the Flood - Part I."  The story of the part played by the postal workers in the flood-stricken areas of New England as a result of the flood of November, 1927.  Also included are photographs of the disaster.  Submitted to the Vermont Web Site by Tom Dunn.   [March 10, 2002]

 
In 1861, Gov. Erastus Fairbanks issued orders for raising and organizing the Sixth Vermont Regiment.  In less than two weeks the regiment was raised and ordered to rendezvous at Montpelier.  This article describes the history of the Regiment and its members.  Transcribed and submitted to the Vermont Web Site by Charlotte Bromley Croshaw.   [March 9, 2002]

 
"Dr. Eli Perry, First Settled Physician of Ryegate, Caledonia Co., VT.," biography submitted by Sue Phaneuf. [February 23, 2002]

 
Photograph and biographical information of Robert and Belinda Woodward CAMPBELL of Chester, Windsor Co. Vermont.  Submitted by their great-great grandson John Campbell.
 [February 13, 2002]

 
"The New England Flood of November 1927" By H. B. Kinnnison.  Courtesy of Lew Shattuck; submitted by Tom Dunn.  [January 18, 2002]

 
"Townshend: A Local History," by Judge James H. Phelps.  Because of the length of this article, it is divided into 21 segments, and a table of contents is provided.  Transcribed by Cherryl Ball from "Vermont Historical Gazetteer a local History of all the Towns in the State,  Civil, Educational, Biographical, Religious and Military."  Vol. V.  The Towns of Windham County.  Collated by Abby Maria Hemenway.  Published by Mrs. Carrie E. H. Page, Brandon, VT. 1891.  [January 12, 2002]

 

 

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