Monthly Archives: April 2011

Collea brought new information

On the screen is a photo of one of the Union’s most brash cavalry generals–George Armstrong Custer. Like it or not, the 1st Vermont Cavalry favored the antics of Custer, even to donning the red neckerchief that he wore. The … Continue reading

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Christmas in April–Unwrapping a glass negative

Sometimes it can feel like Christmas in April! Today Kevin Ayer came into Historical House bringing a box of glass negatives and the three of us–Mark, Kevin and I–had a charming time unwrapping images on the scanner and computer. I … Continue reading

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Elders share stories with Danville School

A panel consisting of Catherine Beattie, Alice Hafner, Lorna Quimby and Lois White joined Paul Chouinard, President of the Danville Historical Society, in sharing personal stories after the movie Life in Caledonia County was shown to the high school. Life in … Continue reading

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Ned, You Ought To Take Me in Your Auto

The story of the first automobile in Danville By Mark R. Moore Ancient Roads. When I first heard of their existence, I had visions of a mythical highway hidden under the soil and stones in some corners of the Republic … Continue reading

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