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20181104 WHC VHC Luis Vivanco. Bicycling in Vermont 1880-1920

Of Wheelmen, the New Woman, and Good Roads: Luis Vivanco explores the fascinating early history of the bicycle in Vermont, a new invention that gained


Roy Bates – 50 Years of Cold Region Research

Roy Bates discusses local cold regions, as well as Greenland and the Canadian Arctic. Bates is a meteorologist, former CRREL researcher, and author of over

20181009 WHC Made By Hand with Carole Lexa Schaefer

Author Carole Lexa Schaefer reads excerpts from her children’s book “Made By Hand” and discusses the craft of writing and getting published


20180727 BOOKSTOCK Rick Winston

Rick Winston’s “Red Scare in the Green Mountains Vermont in the McCarthy Era 1940-1960” is illustrated with archival news headlines and photos. His parents (NYC


20180727 BOOKSTOCK Geza Tatrallyay

Geza Tatrallyay’s “Twisted” trilogy of international crime thrillers draws on broad research and his own experiences to explore difficult issues between a “rogue” Russia and


20180716 WHC Big House Little House

Professor Thomas Hubka presents an illustrated talk in which he discusses how and why farmers in New England converted their homes and barns into connected


The Surprising History of Common Garden Vegetables

Woodstock Historical Society presents: Wolf Peaches, Poisoned Peas and Madame pompadour’s Underwear


WHC Wolf Peaches, Poisoned Peas and Madame Pompadour’s Underwear

Woodstock Historical Society 20180325 The Surprising History of Common Garden Vegetables

April 11, 2018 2018, Woodstock History Center
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