Community At The Crossroads: Waterbury

The Community at the Crossroads documentary combines over 200 local historical photos with stories and memories from fourteen residents who lived through some of Waterbury, Vermont's most influential events. These stories, told by the people who lived through the events, give us a unique perspective on Waterbury's history. Includes making of segment with Bill Doyle's Vermont Government and History class at Johnson State College.



 

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  • Organ
  • State Trooper
  • Unspoken
  • Stations
  • The Land
  • Nosey Parker
  • Vermont Is For Lovers
  • Champlain College Student Showcase Fall 2016
  • Emerging Artists - The Frog Hollow Green Mountain Artisans
  • Peter Miller - The Frog Hollow Green Mountain Artisans
  • The Artists Of Frog Hollow
  • Lambing Season
  • Lilac Ridge Life on a Family Farm
  • "A Lyric" - a digitally animated short based on the poem
  • I see Fish People
  • Community At The Crossroads: Waterbury
  • Transformations
  • Eben Markowski Elephant
  • Dino
  • Sabra
  • Journey To The American Cinema
  • Bad Robbers
  • Strength of The Storm
  • Dead End Job


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