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“Keep Your Mind and Your Body Going”

Good advice from Danville’s Oldest Man, Hazen Spaulding By Sharon Lakey, Danville Historical Society At 92 years of age, Hazen Spaulding is a picture of health. At his home on Jamieson Road in North Danville, he offered me a seat … Continue reading

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Greenbank’s Hollow Event on May 6, 2017

If you have never had the official historical tour of Greenbank’s Hollow Historic Park, this could be the event for you. Dave Houston and Hollis Prior will lead a two-hour tour through the park, explaining the historical significance and workings … Continue reading

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On her 80th birthday, a Danville Artist Shares her Story

By Sharon Lakey “I’ve been kind of a maverick. I feel as if I’ve washed along, fitting in here and there…” Robin Rothman   Robin Rothman has always been a bit of an enigma. She is a lone walker on … Continue reading

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A few tickets left!

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You’re invited to a mini-bioblitz

This Saturday, June 11—and the weather looks promising! Leader: Dave Houston On Saturday, June 11, 2016, all interested naturalists are invited to the Historic Park to gather by the covered bridge in Greenbank’s Hollow and then venture out into nearby forests, … Continue reading

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The Railroad in Vermont

 

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Thaddeus Stevens Post Office renaming program

FINAL PROGRAM w BG (1)

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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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Going to See the Elephant

By Paul Chouinard, President of the Danville Historical Society   April marks the beginning of the sesquicentennial observance of the outset of the Civil War with the firing on Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor, April 12, 1861. For the next … Continue reading

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