We’ll discuss how to stay engaged and working with volunteers and board members when you can’t physically get together.
The full historic impact of the Coronavirus pandemic is unknown, but we’ll discuss initial attempts at collecting the contemporary history of this event at your institution and in your community.
Join us for an exciting, hands-on activity with fiber experts Nora Rubinstein, Meredith Moore, Andrea Myklebust, and Tansy Sears.
What’s in a name? Find out the importance of data standards and what exactly “nomenclature” is and how it can help you organize your collections.
During the mid to late 1800's the Eddy family of Chittenden, Vermont (Rutland County) became world-renowned as spirit mediums with the alleged ability of generating full-bodied spirit manifestations or "materializations" of the departed.
Women had the right to vote in 1920, but how many actually voted? Learn about how you can help the effort to find and document women voters in Vermont in the 1920 elections
Students in grades 5-12 present their history projects to judges at the annual Vermont History Day State Contest.
Learn about the highs and lows of water in Vermont, from natural resource to natural disasters.
Works of Franco-American history tend to focus on the industrial cities in Boston’s periphery. Whereas Winooski meets a pattern seen elsewhere in New England, Vermont actually attests to the immensely diverse experiences of French-Canadian migrants and their descendants.
Explore the sheep "boom" and the importance of sheep and wool in Vermont's history.