History in the 252
The Vermont Historical Society will celebrate local history with an exhibit in the Card Room at the State House on Wednesday, April 5, 2023.
Vermont History Day State Contest
Vermont History Day is an exciting education program that encourages students to develop research and critical thinking skills through project based learning and the study of history.
History for Homeschoolers - Preserving Vermont's History
Learn how stories of the past are saved and shared.
Virtual Winter Speaker Series: A New American Globe: James Wilson of Vermont with Amanda Kay Gustin
In 1810, James Wilson, a farmer from Bradford, made something extraordinary: the first American-made globes for sale in history. With little formal schooling and no real scientific background, he had made an object of astonishing detail and incredible beauty. His globes made their way into classrooms and homes across America for the next fifty years, a less expensive alternative to imported English globes and an education phenomenon.
Vermont Eats: The Italian Experience in Barre
For Barre's Italian-American community, food is about family, meals made with love, and ingredients crafted with tradition. Come together with us and fellow history lovers to enjoy local food, learn about the stories behind the dishes, and support the work of the Vermont Historical Society
Exhibit Reception: Vermonters at Work
Reception for the current exhibit in the Local History Gallery which tells the story of the inventiveness and energy that Vermonters have always put into their daily work life.
History for Homeschoolers - Vermont Then and Now
Explore continuity and change throughout Vermont's history.