Category Archives: Danville Green

Thaddeus Stevens in the Limelight–Early Life in Danville

By Paul Chouinard Thaddeus Stevens has recently been featured in Steven Spielberg’s, Lincoln, released nationwide on November 16, 2012, and was nominated for twelve Oscar nominations. In Spielberg’s film, based on American historian Doris Kearns Goodwin’s, Team of Rivals: The … Continue reading

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Public invitation from Danville Masons Sunday, April 7

Danville’s Masonic Hall receives historic preservation grant Washburn Masonic Lodge#92, located on beautiful Danville Green for the past 119 years, is pleased to announce a historical Preservation Grant made possible by a partnership between the Freeman Foundation and the Preservation … Continue reading

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Aaron Hartshorn Grave Dedication held on July 29

At a lovely ceremony in the Danville Center Cemetery, located at the top of Danville on Dole Hill, two groups came together to honor one of Danville’s founding families–Aaron and Zuruiah Hartshorn. How they came to do so is in … Continue reading

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Margaret Springer honored in Danville

  On June 2, 2012, Margaret C. Springer was honored at a service in Danville Green cemetery with a memorial reception following at the Danville Historical Society. In 1968, Margaret and her husband, Judge Lewis E. Springer, Jr., moved to … Continue reading

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The Old Water Tower

By Betty Bolevic Prior to Kate and Harold Beattie relocating our family to the farm in Danville, and when spending an occasional weekend with Grammy McDonald, I would often sit in her large green wicker rocker on the wraparound porch, … Continue reading

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Thaddeus Stevens: “Old Commoner”

By Paul Chouinard, President of the Danville Historical Society On Sunday October 30, The Danville Historical Society and the Danville Chamber of Commerce will honor Thaddeus Stevens in a ceremony for the unveiling of an etching of his portrait that … Continue reading

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A public invitation

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Worth the Wait?

Route 2: Pain now–Payback later By Sharon Lakey Senator Jane Kitchel was quoted in the Caledonian-Record on July 1, 2011, at a meeting between the Vermont Agency of Transportation and Danville residents and business owners. “Maybe this project is a … Continue reading

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DHS Class of 1945

At Danville Fair, Patty Conly and I encouraged Danvillites to send in class photos. Look at this gem from 1945, sent to us by Joan (and Ted) Sargeant. I recognize June for sure.

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