Vermont Historical Society

The Society collects, preserves, and makes available a wide variety of materials documenting the history and people of Vermont. The Society's manuscript collection is particularly strong in family history, agriculture, railroads, religion, emigration, government and politics, and early crafts and trades. Books and pamphlets date from the 1770s to the present and address all aspects of Vermont history. Other important library collections include maps, broadsides, periodicals, photographs, and genealogy. The Society's museum holds more than 20,000 artifacts of Vermont history, including paintings, furniture, and decorative-arts objects.

Mobility
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Country
America United States New England
Institution type
Foreign Institutions Museums and libraries Independent research institutes and think tanks