Monthly Archives: January 2014

North Danville Village Farm Receives Vermont Century Farm Award

By Patty Conly, President of the Danville Historical Society There is a unique charm about the quaint and picturesque village of North Danville, nestled in the northeastern corner of Vermont.   It has remained essentially unchanged in many ways for the … Continue reading

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The Largest Refugee Crises Ever Created on the American Continent

By Gary Farrow, Danville Historical Society Civil War history often gives short shrift to the fact that the conflict precipitated the largest refugee crisis ever seen on the American continent. Before we read Danville’s North Star reports for January of 1864, … Continue reading

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Annual Celebratory Burn at Greenbank’s

Come join Hollis Prior and Dave Houston on Sunday, January 12 at 1:00, to help celebrate and honor the work that has been done at the historic park in Greenbank’s Hollow. There will be the traditional bonfire, burning brush that … Continue reading

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