Willard Sterne Randall’s “Unshackling America: How the War of 1812 Truly Ended the American Revolution” reveals echoing clashes over refugees, trade and the nation’s place in the world.
The question of how far to cede liberties in the face of terrorism is “exactly the same dilemma that the First World War generation had,” said one of the writers at an annual Norwich University event.
The UVM medical school student found his way to Chicago where he murdered as many as 200 people.
The vote brought to an end a system where each and every town in Vermont sent one person to the State House. By 1965 Vermont had one of the most mal-apportioned legislative bodies in the nation.
Contact: William W. Jenney Vermont Division for Historic Preservation 802-672-3773; [email protected] PLYMOUTH NOTCH, Vt. – The President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site welcomes visitors to Plymouth Old Home Day on Saturday, August 3. This festival includes traditional craft and farm demonstrations, wagon rides and country-style cooking. This year’s celebration also coincides with the 90th anniversary […]
For millennia, nature ensured our humility, but we’re beyond that now.
History’s real value is that it is a reflection of the human condition. In that way, the past tells us more about ourselves than we can ever imagine.
One middling novelist. One obscure Army Air Corps officer. Two movie stars. All four Midwesterners. And all connected by one cryptic remembrance in a long-forgotten mystery book.
…we should remember the role of Vermonters in a Revolution that changed the course of history.