Vermont's social and political history provides the background for the videos. Each explores a separate topic such as agriculture, industry and commerce, tourism and transportation from the earlies days to the present. Featured are the houses, barns, town halls, churches, mills, factories, bridges and more, built by Vermonters before us, many of which are still standing in most of our communities. A look at archeological sites traces the lives of the earliest Vermonters as well as little-known aspects of more recent history known only through archeological evidence. Two programs on architecture explore how and why Vermonters built things the way they did.
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