This brief, extraordinary video captures the sacrifice and the hope of D-Day, Normandy, 6/6/1944.
The tribute mural in Fair Haven comes after a yearlong planning process with input and support of local community members, veterans, businesses, historical societies, including Marine Corps veteran Kevin Durkee of Fair Haven.
Wilson believed an acute alcoholic, such as himself, now abstinent over twenty years, could not achieve and maintain sobriety, without experiencing a “spiritual awakening.”
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Holocaust Remembrance Day will be celebrated in Stowe April 16.
Ethan Allen Institute’s 30th Jefferson Day Event will look at slavery and the author of the Declaration of Independence.
Back then, the Birkenhaus was my second home, and Ann and Emo my second parents. In one of the more insane decisions ever, my first parents drove from New Jersey to Stratton almost every weekend in winter.
An all-black regiment of the U.S. Cavalry was stationed in Colchester from 1909-1913.
The Scoutmaster said a night there in pup tents would make the boys “rugged.”
A Scottish-born pastor brought hundreds of Black children from Harlem to visit Vermont in 1946 with the help of legendary civil rights leader Adam Clayton Powell.