Vermont History Corner

During our March membership campaign, Vermont PBS features some great historical videos and interviews, pertaining to Vermont history. We hope you enjoy and share!


Ryan Spain of Vermont PBS talks with Steve Perkins, Executive Director of the Vermont Historical Society.

Williston Revisited: A Community Portrait

Filmmaker James Heltz chronicles the significant changes that have transformed Williston over the past 20 years, offering insight into the issues facing many Vermont communities.

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Vermont Memories I

A nostalgic look at Vermont in the 1920s and '30s that blends vintage film and photos with reminiscences from people who recall steamboats on Lake Champlain, summer camps, dance halls and Prohibition. Clips from the state's first promotional film, "Seeing Vermont With Dot and Glen," are the centerpiece.

In Days Gone By: Vermont Country Ways

A portrait of rural Vermont life in the first part of the 20th century interweaves archival footage and photos with interviews of Vermonters who lived in the days before automobiles and electricity.

 

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Britcom Teas are Coming!

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High School Town Meeting with the Lt. Governor

May 4 at 8 pm - Lieutenant Governor David Zuckerman hosts a forum for high school students to discuss what has motivated a panel of young activists, and to ask questions or share thoughts and ideas. Broadcast live from our studios. Join us!

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