The Hazen Road Dispatch

The Journal of the Greensboro Historical Society

Master Index and Tables of Contents, 1975 - 2016

 

The Hazen Road Dispatch began in 1974 as the newsletter of the then-newly organized Greensboro Historical Society.  Since 1975 it has published articles on the history of the Greensboro area, making it the oldest continuously-published historical journal in Vermont.

Daniel Metraux was the founder and first editor of the newsletter which was intended to be the vehicle to publicize the events of the Greensboro Bicentennial Committee in 1976.  The index for the issues from 1975-1991 was completed in 1991 and thereafter published in five-year increments by Pat Haslam.

Sally Fisher, long-time editor, retired in 1995.  Stephani Ayers Cravedi and Andrea Perham succeeded her.  They were followed by Gail Sangree as editor, who is still serving.

The current issue of Hazen Road Dispatch is available for purchase at the Historical Society and at Willey’s Store.  A copy of the latest issue of Pat Haslam's Titles of Articles and Index to The Hazen Road Dispatch is available at GHS.

Below is a listing of the Tables of Contents of Hazen Road dispatches since 1975.  Each of these issues is available for browsing at the Greensboro Historical Society Museum (29 Breezy Avenue, next door to The Willeys Store).

GHS greatly appreciates the work done by Patricia Haslam in organizing and compiling the Tables of Contents.
 


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Table of Contents

VOL. 01 (1975) TO VOL. 40 (2016)


 

Vol. 1 #1- Jan. 1975

01 - French-Canadian Christmas Season - Loretta C. Massey

03 - A History of Orleans County, Vt. - Mary Jean Simpson

05 - Greensboro Notes: Thompson's Vt. and Greensboro

07 - Greensboro Remembers: "The Photo Album", "Bicentenary Prelude" - Phil Gray

10 - Greensboro Bicentennial (U.S.) Flag Presentation and Immigrants Dinner- Bea White 11Bicentennial (U.S.) Committee Happenings - Nancy Hill

 

Vol. 1 #2 - March 1975

01 - Why We Should Celebrate the (U.S.) Bicentennial in Vt. - Margaret Mead I A History of Orleans County, Vt. (continued)

06 - "War Memorial:" Greensboro - Phil Gray

08 - Attending School in Early Vermont

11 - Greensboro Notes: Greensboro in the 1880's. Part I

14 - Winter News of Neighboring (U.S.)Bicentennial Committees 15 Where was the Greensboro Block House? - Pat Haslam

16 - (U.S.) Bicentennial Committee Notes

 

Vol. 1 #3 - May 1975

01 - The Strange Tale of George Washington Henderson - Margaret H. Muller

08 - Education in Early Vermont: The Hazen Road School House in Greensboro- D. Metraux, J. Molleur 11''First Historian" - Phil Gray

12 - Greensboro Notes Part II - H. Child

15 - Moments From Greensboro History: The Indian Raid of 1781

15 - The Coming of the Railroad in Greensboro Bend

16 - Greensboro Notes: Greensboro Where Have You Been?

18 - (U.S.) Bicentennial News Notes - Nancy Hill

 

Vol. 1 #4 - Summer 1975 

01 - The Bayley-Hazen Military Road - Daniel Metraux

04 - The Summer That Never Came

05 - Memories of a Greensboro Preacher's Wife- Margaret Vogan 6 Historical Sketch of the Congregational Church

07 - Greensboro's Involvement in the Civil War - E. E. Rollins

10 - Greensboro Notes: Greensboro in 1915

13 - The Exploration of Coburn Hill - Ethan Hubbard

15 - Can We Make the Bicentennial (U.S.) A Worthwhile Project?- Zeke Hanzl 16 Bicentennial (U.S.) Committee News - D. Metraux

18 - Greensboro Happenings - Nancy Hill

19 - The "Mite Society" - Phil Gray

 

Vol. 1 #5 - Fall 1975

01 - What It Means To Be A Vermonter - Sen. George D. Aiken

04 - Longfellow, The Wayside Inn and The Greensboro Connection- Daniel Metraux 6 Greensboro Sketches: An Evening With The Law - Philip Gray

08 - Greensboro Notes: A History of the Town of Greensboro - Clarence F. Amsden 

11 - The Potash Industry in Early Vermont

12 - The Blockhouse Mystery Solved - Daniel Metraux and Pat Haslam

13 - The Civil War Remembered - Merritt White

14 - The Saga of Runaway Pond - Daniel Metraux

15 - Greensboro Notes: Odds and Ends of Great Interest- Pat Haslam 16 News and Notes - Nancy Hill and Daniel Metraux

 

Vol. 1 #6 - Spring 1976 

01 - A Vermonter Remembers Liquor and Rum Running in the Prohibition Era- Nancy Hill 2 Married 60 Years Last Friday

04 - Greensboro Sketches: "Heirlooms" - Philip Gray

06 - Twilight on Lake Caspian - Alice D. Sanborn

07 - Memories of a Greensboro Teacher - D. Metraux

08 - Bicentennial Happenings Scheduled: Summer 1976

09 - The Annual Game and Chicken Pie Supper at Greensboro Bend

10 - A Brief History of Postal Service in Greensboro, Vt. - Daniel Metraux 13 Bicentennial News Notes - Nancy Hill 

 

Vol. 2 - Summer 1977

01 - Greensboro's Early Sinners - Sally Fisher

02 - For The Record: Greensboro in 1888

03 - Timothy Hinman's Road- Mrs. Daniel Herrick

04 - Amos Porter-Newspaper Ad for 8000 Acres in Brownington

07 - How I Became An American Citizen- Esther Kesselman

10 - "Fisherman With a Green Thumb" - Philip Gray

12 - Roots (Greensboro Historical Society Collecting Family Histories)- Daniel Metraux 12 Roots: Apologies to Alex Haley - Marion Abel

14 - Book Review- "When Greensboro Was Called Coltkiln...," - D. Metraux

15 - The Greensboro Historical Society - Ralph Fisher

15 - The Bicentennial in Greensboro: Retrospect 1976 - Nancy Hill

17 - Greensboro Bookshelf

 

Vol. 3 - Summer 1978

01 - Highlights of Heritage Supper 1977

03 - Greensboro 1800-1815: A Profile - Daniel Metraux

04 - Greensboro in the 1870's:A Profile

06 - John Allen Remembers People and Horses - Sally Fisher

08 - The Grange In Greensboro - Dorothy Ling

09 - Audubon Hardy and Randolph Camp Including Memories of the Education of Young Calvin Coolidge - Sally Fisher 

11 - "Village Theater" - Phil Gray

13 - How the Congregational Church Got Its Bell

13 - Speaking of Mud Season - Leonard Deming

14 - Notes From the North End of the Lake - Sally Fisher

15 - Women's Lib in Orleans County - A Century Ago!- Mary Jean Simpson 16 Editorial Notes and Announcements

17 - Roots - Ann Slack

 

Vol. 4 - 1979

Inside cover- Philip Gray - In Memory

01 - Caspian Lake- Hardwick's Summer Resort - Allen F. Davis

03 - Greensboro as an Early Resort - Daniel Metraux

04 - Quotes From our Historical Society Winter Meetings - Sally Fisher

06 - Katherine Sprague Shares Good Memories - Sally Fisher

08 - "Village Fair" - Phil Gray

09 - Phil Gray's Last Book (a review): "Lake Village, Vt."

10 - Of course It's Further If You're Walking - Jean S. Sangree

11 - In Memoriam- (Deaths the Past Year) - Sally Fisher

12 - The Covenanters of East Craftsbury - Daniel Metraux

13 - Can Remembering Become History? - Rhoda Metraux

15 - Louis Kesselman's Political Symposiums

15 - A Concert in Memory of and With Much Love for Arthur B. Perry

16 - Eda Ingalls Remembers Everything - Sally Fisher

17 - Margaret Mead and Greensboro - Daniel Metraux

18 - The Greensboro Historical Society-Suggestions for the Future - Margaret Mead 

18 - Margaret Mead-Brilliant, Friendly and Enthusiastic - Lewis Hill 

 

Vol. 5 - 1980

01 - That Stone on the Wilson Farm - Fred Broad, Jr.

04 - How We Celebrated the Fourth of July On the North End of Caspian Lake in the Golden Days of the 1920's - Peter Watson

05 - Pioneer Li fe in Craftsbury in 1800 - Ellizabeth Allen

06 - Craftsbury in 1878: The Diary of Henry Allen - Allen Davis

10 - Greensbor's Franco-Americans: Their Unique Experience in a Foreign Land

10 - French Canadians in Vermont: Why Did They Come? - Daniel Metraux

11 - Oscar Perron - Ted and Laurette Perron

12 - And the Renauds - Sally Fisher

14 - Militia on Hardwick St.

15 - The Willey's Store - Esther Kesselman

17 - Alfred Hitchcock and Craftsbury

17 - Mrs. Woodrow Wilson and Craftsbury Common

18 - Quotes from our Annual Meeting Aug. 13, 1979 - Sally Fisher

19 - The Heifer Project and Greensboro - Laura and Donald Drown

20 - Quotes from Winter Meetings - Sally Fisher

21 - Appeal to Greensboro Residents for Help in Research for Town History - Pat Haslam

 

Vol. 6 - 1981

0l - From Greensboro to Pakistan With Love: The Life and W ork of Alice Hill - Daniel A. Metraux 3 On the Subject of Slavery-Sally Fisher

04 - The Saga of the Craftsbury Chamber Players and Greensboro's Part In It.

07 - Charlie Olmsted's Greensboro

11 - Wandering Hardwick and East Hardwick with Grandpa and Grandma Eastman - Sally Fisher and Kenneth McIntyre

15 - Greensboro Historical Society Winter Accomplishments In Brief 16 Going to School In Greensboro During the 1930's - Lewis Hill

18 - Craftsbury Academy in the Eighties - Alice T. Simpson

20 - The History of the Highland Lodge - Wilhelmina Smith

22 - Excerpts from the Danville "North Star", 1818- Samuel Works 23 Remember the Bell Picnic of 1904? - Sally Fisher

24 - A Chat with Florence Magoon King - Sally Fisher

25 - Aunt Anna's Letters - Sally Fisher

26 - The Miller's Thumb - Gertrude Corwin

29 - North Shore Summers: Memories of Greensboro in the 1920's and 1930's by Peter Watson 30 Greensboro's Revolutionary Heroes - Pat Haslam

31 - Long Pond: A Status Report - Charles W. Johnson

 

Vol. 7 - 1982

01 - An Old Craftsbury Ledger - Allen F. Davis

03 - The Very Strange New Lights of Hardwick - Daniel Metraux

04 - The Perrin Brothers of Greensboro - Marjorie L. Perrin

06 - All the World's a Stage- Miss Jean Simpson (1897-1980)- Sally Fisher

09 - The "Tryals and Captivity" of George Avery - Sally Fisher

11 - Of Dowsers

11 - Want to Buy a House in Greensboro?

12 - That Old Curtain in the Hardwick Town House - Elizabeth Dow

13 - More Tales of An East Hardwick Boyhood - Kenneth McIntyre

17 - The Vermont Directory of 1866 - Sally Fisher

18 - An Open Invitation to Greensboro During Its Golden Age - Anonymous Letter From "The Vermonter" (April 1907)

19 - Book Reviews: "Vermont: A History" by Charles Morrissey - D. Metraux

19 - Book Reviews: "The Original Vermonters: Native Inhabitants Past and Present," by W . Haviland 

20 - Greensboro Fire District #1 - Helen Lyles

21 - Canada in Greensboro - Alison T. Hardy

23 - Esther Kesselman Talks of Alfred Barr; And FDR - Sally Fisher 

24 - The Watson Real Estate Agency of Greensboro - Peter Watson

 

Vol. 8 - 1983

01 - Hardwick's Gen: The Jeudevine Memorial Library - Allen Davis 

03 - Uncle Hiram's Lodge - SallyFisher

04 - That Cow Pasture Golf Course

05 - Craftsbury Diary 

07 - Stereopticons of Caspian Campers in 1875- Sally Fisher 

08 - The Beginnings of Willeys - Phyllis Willey Hurst

09 - More "Caledonia" Quotes from Phyllis' Notebook

10 - Remembering the Bend - Dorothy Ling 

11 - Growing Up on Walden Mountain - Maude Dunbar Lund 13 The Mystery of Caspian Lake- Sally Fisher

15 - TheParkerFamilyLogbook

16 - The Story of Greensboro - Francis A. Bagnall

17 - The Way We Heard It- Sally Fisher 

18 - Greensboro's Revolutionary Hero: Thomas Tolman - Pat Haslam 

20 - The Votey Ancestors

21 - Esther Kesselman (1891-1983) - Sally Fisher

21 - Speaking of the Greensboro Town Hall

22 - Two Hardwickians: A Chat With Roscoe Cobb - Sally Fisher

24 - A Walk with John Hancock - Sally Fisher

26 - A Golden Wedding

26 - Stormbird - Philip Gray

27 - Craftsbury Academy A Century Ago - Daniel Metraux

 

Vol. 9 - 1984

01 - The Founding of the Greensboro Hospital: A Conversation with Virginia Herbert - Alan Howes

06 - How A Greensboro Man Brought About Calvin Coolidge's Only Electoral Defeat and How Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor Discovered Her Orleans County Roots - Charles Morrissey 

07 - Greensboro Place Names - Sally Fisher

08 - The Davis Store in Hardwick - Allen Davis

11 - Robert Kinsey: Jeffersonian Democrat and Vermont Republican - Daniel Metraux

15 - Vermont Humor Savored by Craftsbury's Everett Babcock - Sally Fisher

16 - The Hardwick Town House: Its First 124 Years - Joan Barton and Sally Fisher

18 - An "Unpleasantness"in South Hardwick!

19 - History on the Run - Gail Sangree

22 - Demise of the Delano Post Office - Sally Fisher

23 - Fiftieth Anniversary of the Greensboro Association - Ted Lyman

24 - The Greensboro Association Directory

25 - The First Congregational Church of East Hardwick - Sally Fisher

26 - Manners at Croquet

27 - Solzhenitsyn Slept Here - Sally Fisher

27 - Excerpts from 1923 "Campers" Supplement to the Brotherhood Tidings Greensboro Congregational Church

28 - Old Documents Discovered in Greensboro - Sally Fisher 28 "Warnings Out of Town"- Pat Haslam

29 - The Greensboro Town Hall 

30 - Greensboro Diaries

33 - The Shoebox Papers- "The China Journal of Amos Porter 1802" 34 Greensboro's Old Stone House

34 - "The Trouble With Harry" Returns to Vermont

 

Vol. 10 - 1985

0l - The North Greensboro Tavern - Lewis Hill

03 - Memories of Greensboro People & Places- A Conversation with Virginia S. Herbert- Alan Howes 8 Lest W e Forget the Pioneers - Gail Sangree

11 - Speaking of Old Cemeteries: Vermont Old Cemetery Association

12 - The Letters of Wirt Blake - Anne Batten

16 - Dark Days in the Legislature, 1822 - Sally Fisher

17 - In Pursuit of Reverend Bayley - Sally Fisher

20 - The Civil War Letters of Edmond C. Little - Sally Fisher

22 - How the Hibbards Happened on Hardwick St - Sally Fisher

23 - Of Year Round and Summer Folk - Sally Fisher

24 - Julia's Legacy - A Genealogical Quilt

24 - Local Historians Honored

25 - Fred Pleasants' Gift to Greensboro - Sally Pleasants Lonegren

26 - Making History - Local Kunin Supporters Make Grand Entrance - Fred Broad

27 - Migration From Vermont - Daniel Metraux

32 - Greensboro Authors: A Look Back - Sidney L. Gulick and The White Peril in the Far East - Daniel Metraux

33 - "The China Journal"

33 - The Barr Hill Nature Preserve

 

Vol. 11 - 1986

01 - "Hardwick On The Map," by Elizabeth H. Dow - reviewed by Allen Davis 

03 - Master Stonecarvers - The Ambrosinis - Sally Fisher

05 - The Civil War Letters of Wirt Blake - Anne Batten

07 - Greensboro Fishermen Take Note - 1795 Vermont Fishing Law 

08 - Charles Henry Stage Curtain Rediscovered in Albany - Sally Fisher 

09 - The Mystery of the Missing House - Sally Fisher

10 - St. Michael's Church - Gail Sangree

11 - Congregational Church in Greensboro - Notes from 1927 

12 - Arthur Stratton - SallyFisher

13 - The Politics of Land and Taxation in Vermont Two Centuries Ago - Daniel Metraux

16 - Greensboro Authors: A Look Back- "Norwood Allman, Shanghai Lawyer" - D. Metraux 

17 - Craftsbury Common's Searchlight Club: The Early Years - Rhoda Metraux

21 - The Restoration of the Old Firehouse - Zeke Hanzl

23 - "China Journal" Update

24 - Read Any Good Registers Lately? - Sally Fisher

25 - The Fire at the Priest's Cottage - Alison Hardy

26 - The Two Sam Ingalls - Sally Fisher

27 - Whit Landon's St. Lawrence Skiff - Sally Fisher

28 - The Greensboro Association

29 - Milestones

30 - Depression Farming in Greensboro - Sally Fisher

32 - Area History Profile: Horace F. Graham (1862-1941) - D. Metraux 33 Craftsbury's Celebration in 1941 - Sally Fisher  

 

Vol. 12 - 1987

01 - Greensboro Authors - Elaine Harris

05 - To Be Educated and Womanly: Letters of Ellen H. Woodruff

06 - The Beginning of the Greensboro Free Library - Sally Fisher

08 - Joyce Antler, Lucy Sprague Mitchell: The Making of a Modern Woman - reviewed by Allen Davis 

10 - North Greensboro School 1909

11 - Greensboro Has Always Been Musical - Sally Fisher

12 - John Allen Talks About the Church Organ

13 - We Smiled and Dished Out Food

14 - Etiquette Books Popular in Greensboro Area 100 years Ago - Gail Sangree

16 - Arlton Lapierre's Retirement Party

37 - Drown Rediscovers Sunday School Post - Sally Fisher

38 - Oatman Warns of"Changes On the Land"- Sally Fisher

39 - Locked in Greensboro Jail- Allen Davis

 

Vol. 13 - 1988

01 - Wallace Stegner's"Crossing To Safety" - Allen Davis 

03 - New Books by Greensboro Authors

04 - Hardwick on the Map - Elizabeth Dow

07 - Governor Graces Merger Ceremony - Sally Fisher 

08 - Hardwick's Memorial Building - Elizabeth Dow

09 - Roscoe Cobb on the Memorial Building - Sally Fisher

10 - 1816: Greensboro's Year Without a Summer - Sally Fisher

12 - Dartmouth College Alumni and the "Caspian Connection" - Charles Morrissey

15 - Oldtimers Recall Health Care in Northern Vermont Before 1940 - Gail Sangree

18 - Stone House Constructed From One Boulder - Pat Haslam

19 - Visits With Mary Jean Simpson - Sally Fisher

24 - How I Happened to Come to Greensboro - Pennell Peck

25 - Milestones

26 - On the Trail of Ashbel Hale - Sally Fisher

29 - Greensboro Artists Remembered - Ruth Dales

30 - Painting in Greensboro - Margaret Olmsted

31 - Craftsbury's Bicentennial Calendar - Anne Wilson

32 - The Case of the Pickled Harring - Sally Fisher

33 - The Civil War - John Paddleford

35 - The Character of Early Residents of Orleans County: Two Case Studies - Daniel Metraux 

38 - Depot Doings (Hardwick)

38 - "Across The Fence" Features Greensboro!

39 - Intriguing Inquiries Over the Winter 

 

Vol. 14 - 1989

01 - Greensboro's Bicentennial: 1789-1989 - Nancy Hill

04 - Craftsbury's Bicentennial

05 - Craftsbury On My Mind - Allen F. Davis

08 - Glimpses of Student Life at Hardwick Academy 1886-1887- Eleanor Angell 

10 - The Dufers Bequeath Caspian Lake House Records - Sally Fisher 

12 - Mary Gove Nichols, Feminist - Charles T. Morrissey

14 - By Clipper Ship to Canton - Journal of a Vermont Ginseng Trader

15 - News of Greensboro Writers - Lewis Hill

16 - Donation to Greensboro Free Library: "Retreat to Vermont:An Architectural and Social History of a Vermont Summer Community," by Susannah Clifford

16 - Greensboro Town History Progress

17 - Mackville Historic District

18 - Hardwick on "Across the Fence"

19 - Review of "Memoirs of a Small Town Surgeon," by John Brooks Wheeler - Gail Sangree 

21 - A Dialogue Between Friends: Beth Allen and Phil Gray - Sally Fisher

24 - Wirt Blake's Last Letters - Anne Batten

27 - Milestones

27 - More About Evelyn De Brune Springstead

29 - That Monument on Block House Hill- Sally Fisher

30 - Another Esther Kellelman Story

31 - A Chatty Letter to Silas Little in Greensborough, Vermont

32 - Why a Boat Parade for Greensboro's Bicentennial? - Pat Haslam

33 - 1959 Celebrations on Bayley-Hazen Road

34 - Donald Drown Discusses House Swapping

35 - Putting In The Dock 1925

35 - One More Sam Ladd Story

36 - Bridget's Big Desk

36 - Why Did You Come to Greensboro?

 

Vol. 15 - 1990

01 - Greta Garbo in Greensboro: Facts or Fiction? - Sally Fisher 

03 - Aleaxandra Messier's Memories of Greta Garbo

05 - Leone Mitchell Cobb (1896-1989) - Allen Davis

06 - A Tribute to Leone Cobb - Laurence LeCours 

10 - Early Administrative History of the Town of Hardwick - Elizabeth H. Dow 

14 - A Summer Camper 1938-1945 - Stuart A. Jackson

19 - Smuggling Chinese Into Hardwick - Sally Fisher

20 - Smugglers and Bootleggers in the Northeast Kingdom - Daniel A. Metraux 

22 - Caspianshire As A Literary Landscape - Charles Morissey 

26 - The Legacy of Kenneth McIntyre - Sally Fisher

27 - Other Contributions of the Greensboro Historical Society

28 - Book Review: "Alfred H. Barr, Jr.: Missionary for the Modern," by Alice Goldfarb Marquis - Allen Davis  

30 - Young Luther Gulick and Governor Coolidge - Sally Fisher

31 - Bridget for Governor of Vermont

32 - Yet Another Secret Caspian Lake Society? - Pat Haslam

33 - Someone To Be A Mother To Her - Sally Fisher

34 - Greensboro's Baker Cemetery - Anne Harbison

36 - The Hardwick Town House Curtain

37 - Milestones

38 - "Fetched Up Yankee" (Lewis Hill autobiography) - Sally Fisher  

 

Vol. 16 - 1991

01 - Fishing in Greensboro - Allen Davis

05 - The Poetess of Elligo - Alan B. Howes

09 - Remembering Milt Noyes - Russell H. Peck

13 - Just as Wide - Charles Morrissey

14 - The Early History of Goshern Gore and Stannard - Jan Lewandoski

16 - The Remarkable C. U. Bears - Sally Fisher

18 - Talk of the Town: The History of Greensboro

19 - East Hardwick's Grand Old Grange Hall - Sally Fisher

20 - Dr. Gulick, The President's On The Phone

21 - Excerpts From the Diary of Jean Spahr 1914-1916 - Gail A. Sangree

23 - Profile: Allen Strickland Hall, Jr. - Sally Fisher

24 - Hardwick Historical Society Triumphs in 1991 - Sally Fisher

25 - Communication (Greensboro Nursing Home) - Sally Levy

27 - Drama Review

28 - Greensboro Then and Now: A Conversation With Constance Votey - Alan Howes

32 - Handwriting On The Walls

33 - Westward Ho! The Rights of Albany As Early Migrants from Vermont - Daniel Metraux 

34 - Milestones 

34 - Old as the Hills

35 - Local Boy Makes Good in Minnesota - Pat Haslam

36 - The History of Greensboro

37 - Greensboro People Remembered at the Annual Meeting 1990

37 - Getting to Greensboro Before Automobile

38 - Errata and Addenda to "The History of Greensboro: The First Two Hundred Years." 

 

Vol. 17 - 1992

0l - Long Pond: Greensboro's Other Lake - Allen F. Davis

04 - Tamarac Ranch5  The Flood of 1927 - Alan B. Howes

06 - Growing Up With Greensboro - Connie Votey

06 - Greensboro Mills Post Office - Allen F. Davis

07 - A Four-Year Old's View of the Flood of 1927 - Priscilla Carter

08 - First Congregational [Church], E. Hardwick - Joyce S. Mitchell

10 - E. Hardwick Scatterings

11 - Hooked on History: Trolling the Ponds of Print - Charles T. Morrissey

11 - Slade's Girls: Mary Field & Others from Greensboro & Hardwick

13 - Transplants in the Granite Business: Did Hardwick Beckon & Dispatch?

14 - Silas Mason: The Horticulturalist Who Went Away From the Cold

15 - The Case of the "Cupid-Like Corpse"

16 - Vermont Historical Society Exhibit - World War II

17 - Dad and His Scotch Songs - John Allen

18 - John Richardson's Fiddle - Sally Fisher

20 - Taking the Waters in Hardwick - Haynesville Springs

22 - The Guy Bailey Family [essay within "The University of Vt.: the First 200 Years," 1991] - Allen F. Davis

22 - Hazen Road Dispatch indexed

23 - Greensboro's Fountain of Youth - Lewis Hill

24 - Liza's Legacy- The Bessie Drennan Show - Sally Fisher

26 - I Remember Bub Rowell - Joyce S. Mitchell

27 - The Hockings and Days - Margaret Corwin

30 - Writings by Greensboro Authors 1991-1992 - Lewis Hill

31 - Cobb School Researched & Remembered - Sally Fisher

33 - Feedback On The Remarkable C.U. Bears [ref. HRD 1991] - Sally Fisher

34 - Craftsbury's Ozymandias - Daniel A. Metraux

35 - Other Historical Markers & Signs

36 - Edgewood Lane - Ruth L. Dales

36 - Living It Up in Washington in 1816

37 - Anecdotes from Historical Society Annual Meeting 1991

38 - Milestones & Other Happenings

 

Vol. 18 - 1993

01 - "Local Lumps" - Allen Davis

03 - Greensboro Historical Society Needs a Building

04 - Greensboro Authors 1992-1993

05 - A Remembrance of Wallace Stegner - Sherrard Gray

06 - Miracle Waters of Caspian - Russell H. Peck

08 - Emilie Perry Recalls Mountain View's Early Days - Lib & George Bishop

12 - Caspianshire Espoliered - Charles T. Morrissey

16 - The Greensboro Free Pleasure Dome - Dan Cohen

17 - Pickling Time & William Tell - Doris Bridgman Williams

18 - The Great Grange Robbery of '92: A Full Confession - Wes Averill

19 - Some Struck It Rich- They Did Not - Sally Fisher

23 - Eveningside & "The Aunties" - Alan B. Howes

24 - Follow-Ups on HRD '92- Sally Fisher

25 - News from the North Shore - Katrina V.H. Taylor & Elise V.H. Ferber

27 - Amos Porter Journal

28 - Hardwick's 5 &  10 Cent Store - Joyce S. Mitchell

30 - "In & About" Hardwick Gazette 1899

31 - A Summerhouse Heritage - Pennell Peck

32 - How About Your Summerhouse Heritage - Greensboro Historical Society

33 - String Too Short to Save

33 - Conversation With an Area Grave Digger

34 - Miss Jean's Shakespeare Plays - Sally Fisher

35 - Mary Wilson's Hummingbird - Sally Fisher

 

Vol. 19 - 1994

01 - The Homefront in Hardwick - Allen F. Davis

06 - How I Happened to Come to Greensboro - Bronwyn B. Potter

08 - Echoes From the Past - Anne H. Wilson

11 - History from the Newspapers - Sally Fisher

12 - Charlie's "Collectings" - Charlie Morrissey

14 - Booker T. Washington Thanks Marcia Snyder

15 - Dinner at Gebbies and Wilsons - Sally Fisher

16 - I Remember Hardwick Academy - Joyce S. Mitchell

20 - How The Hunsbergers Discovered Greensboro - Ruth Hunsberger

21 - The Kitchen Table - Penelope Easton

23 - The Influence of the Scots in the Northeast Kingdom - Tom Smith

25 - Welcome Back!  Miller's Thumb!

26 - John Tillotson Edsall - Sylvia Lotspeich & Ruth Hunsberger

30 - As Little as Possible

31 - A Century of Camping at Caspian - William T. Lane

33 - Chats with Burt [Stone] - Sally Fisher

34 - Found! [The China Journal]

35 - Edgar Lee Masters' Northeast Kingdom - Charles T. Morrissey

37 - Now It Can Be Told [Alexander Solzhenitsyn] - Sally Fisher

37 - Greensboro Authors

38 - The Simpson General Store - Daniel A. Metraux

39 - Workshop on Preservation & Acquisitions - Alan B. Howes

40 - Follow-ups on HRD '93 - Sally Fisher

41 - Milestones

42 - Facsimile photo - Pleasant St., E. Hardwick

 

Vol. 20 - 1995

01 - Postcards From Greensboro - Allen F. Davis

05 - Twenty Years of Hazen Road Dispatch - Sally Fisher

06 - More Caspianshire Comments - Charles T. Morrissey

08 - A Publication Note - Lacey Baldwin Smith

09 - What It Meant to be a Successful Vermonter A Century Ago - Daniel A. Metraux

10 - The Name of Stannard

11 - South Hardwick Hotel Guest Book - Taylor Meyer

13 - Hoax in South Hardwick - Sally Fisher

15 - Depression Fees for Doctor's Services - Penelope Easton

17 - Craftsbury Pageant Video on Sale - Alan B. Howes

18 - 50th Anniversary of World War II - Sally Fisher

19 - "Heroic Comics" in 1943 Honor Dr. Luther Heidger - Sally Fisher

20 - Hardwick's 200th Town Meeting - Icing on Cake- Sally Fisher

21 - The Kesselman Papers - Sally Fisher

23 - Jeanne Eisner Honored at Bountiful Buffet - Sally Fisher

24 - Two Teachers Remember Gr's Young School - Sally Fisher & Dorothy Pease Morrison

26 - That's Too Bad Department - Hardwick Gazette

27 - Sunday School Centennial 1917 - Sally Fisher

29 - Old Craftsbury Friends - Frank Easton

31 - Eating Out in Hardwick - Joyce S. Mitchell

34 - In-Box Items- Sally Fisher

35 - Aspenhurst Farm & the Tolman Connection: the 200th Anniversary of Thomas Tolman, Jr. to Greensboro - Pat Haslam

37 - Milestones - Sally Fisher

 

Vol. 21 - 1996

01 - Letter from the Editor

02 - What is the Greensboro Historical Society?  A letter from Barbara Woodward, President

04 - “When Through Talking, Hang Up the Receiver”: Early Telephone Service in Greensboro - Allen F. Davis

07 - Greensboro Bend and the Stone Shed - Helen L. Anair

11 - I Remember the United Church of Hardwick - Joyce Slayton Mitchell

16 - New Discovery: Following Up on the Date for the Stone House - Patricia Haslam

18 - Circling Caspian with Geography in Mind - Charles T. Morrissey

20 - The Greensboro Historical Society’s New Home - Thomas Woodward

23 - The Greensboro Historical Society’s Acquisitions Activity - Wilhelmina Smith

24 - Lyles Newsletter  (front page of Newsletter No. 34, December 1973)

25 - That Boathouse on Wheels at The Poplars - Patricia Haslam

27 - Croft Chronicles of Caspian Lake - Charlotte Sisil Croft

29 - A Vermont Family’s Memories of Caspian Lake - Catherine Perry Wilkinson

36 - Greensboro’s Civil War Deserter is Still Among the Missing - Charles T. Morrissey

37 - Book Review: Where the Books Are  by Patricia Belding; reviewed by Sally Fisher

39 - Book Review: Sketches of Green Mountain Life by Elizabeth Allen; reviewed by Daniel Metraux

42 - Feedback from 1995 - Sally Fisher

44 - In Memoriam

     Inside back cover- Publications for Sale

 

Vol. 22 - 1997

01 - The Greensboro Men at Andersonville Prison - Thomas Woodward, Jr.

06 - A Hike to the Garrison at Walden, September 1985 - Pat Haslam

09 - Early Life in Greensboro - Allen F. Davis

14 - Runaway  Pond Railroad -  Charles T. Morrissey

15 - Clara Olmstead Comes Home -  Sally Fisher

20 - Growing Up in Greensboro Bend - Margaret Davis Smith and Nancy Davis Hill

26 - Lyles’ Newsletters (reprint)

29 - Abel and Seuss - Charlees T. Morrissey

32 - Eric Metraux’s Encounter with Craftsbury Academy - Daniel A. Metraux

34 - Slayton Motor Sales: My Father’s Garage - Joyce Slayton Mitchell

39 - Aspenhurst Centennial - Alan B. Howes

42 - Perry Family Holds Centennial Celebration...(17 Aug. 1996) - Thomas Woodward, Jr.

44 - Greensboro Historical Society: Recent Acquisitions

45 - Book Review: Wallace Stegner: His Life & Work, by Jackson J. Benson - Allen F. Davis

49 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 23 - 1998

01 - History as Mystery: The Case of the Clergyman’s Clerical Ancestor - Charles T. Morrissey

06 - The Play’s the Thing: Shakespeare, Greensboro, and Miss Jean - Andrea Perham

10 - Greensboro Memories: Sara Clark Holton Davis - Allen F. Davis

14 - This is the Land - Viola Perry Offensend

15 - Greensboro’s Centennial of Its Summer Community -  Thomas M. Woodward, Jr.

20 - Snapshots from the Past, courtesy of the James Cook family

21 - The Lakeview Inn Comes Alive: HRD Interviews Kathy Unser, Proprietor Extraordinaire - Andrea J. Perham

26 - Lyles’ Newsletter (excerpts from April 1968)

28 - Eating Well in Early Greensboro - Lewis Hill

31 - A Spring Meal at the Sugar House: A Memory of the 1930’s and 1940’s - Una Lou Richardson

33 - These Live: A Vermont Village in War Time - Sidney A. Cook

40 - Greensboro Historical Society Recent Acquisitions

42 - A Vermont Bookshelf for Emigres from the Northeast Kingdom - William T. Lane

45 - Book Review: Fools, Martyrs, Traitors: The Story of Martyrdom in the Western World - by Lacy Baldwin Smith - reviewed by Andrea J. Perham

47 - Book Review: The Northern Forest  by David Dobbs & Richard Ober - reviewed by Daniel A. Metraux 

50 - As I Recall...Craftsbury Common, Vermont - reviewed by Daniel A. Metraux

52 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 24 - 1999

01 - Hardwick Street Remembered - Sally Fisher

07 - Frank Woodruff and His Famous Grandmother - Audrey Oliver Hunt

11 - Home on the Range in Greensboro - Lewis Hill

14 - Jean Fine Spahr (1861-1935) and the Spahr Clan - Alan Howes

20 - The Simpson Ledgers - Allen F. Davis

25 - Lora Atherton’s Memories: An Interview with Wilhelmina Smith - Andrea J. Perham

29 - Greensboro’s Athenian Charm - Paul Norton

39 - Greensboro As a Community - Daniel A. Metraux

41 - Too Many Moses Sleepers! - Pat Haslam

43 - Examining the Myth of Tim and Laura Hinman and the Friendly Indians - Gail Sangree

47 - A Tale of Two Towns - Charles T. Morrissey

50 - Book Review: Voices from the Kingdom by Virginia C. Downs - reviewed by Daniel A. Metraux

52 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 25 - 2000

01 - The Hazen Road Dispatch at Twenty-Five - Allen F. Davis

03 - The Evolution of a Country Store: One-Hundred Years of Change - James Cook

10 - Letter of nomination for The Willey’s Store - Lewis Hill

12 - Notes on a conversation with Alexina Mercier, August 12, 1997 - Anne S. Parke

14 - Delivering Milk in Greensboro - Keith M. Ladd

18 - The Chartering of Greensboro and the Revolutionary War Incident - Patricia Haslam

23 - The Snow and Water Slide (history in the making) - Virginia “Gene” Gray

24 - Local Churches and Historical Research: Different Sources Give Different Viewpoints - Charles T. Morrissey

27 - Horace Bundy and James Stevens: Nineteenth-Century Craftsmen - Allen F. Davis

29 - The Provident Parson - C.W. (Bill) Carter

34 - I Remember Outdoors in Hardwick - Joyce Slayton Mitchell

38 - Honorable Lawyers Before the Orleans Bar a Century Ago - Daniel A. Metraux

41 - I Must Have Some Money! - Gail Sangree

45 - Greensboro Humor From Times Past - Thomas Woodward, Jr.

53 - The Memorial Garden Revisited - Anne Harbison

55 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 26 - 2001 

01 - Our French Canadian Cousins, - Margaret Kelly

04 - Much Ado About Shakespeare - Sally Fisher

08 - It Looks Better on the Other Side - Dorothy White Ling

11 - Meridian Sun Lodge #20 in Craftsbury Celebrates Bicentennial - Warren A. Williams, P.N.

14 - Yale University Alumni in Early Greensboro - Charles T. Morrisssey

18 - Craftsbury Pageants - Allen Davis

23 - The Scottish Cuthbertsons of Greensboro, VT and the West - Pat Haslam

28 - Albert Einstein as I Remember Him - Churchill Eisenhart

32 - My Einstein Story - Joan Barton

33 - On Randolph Road - Audrey Oliver Hunt

34 - The Depression and Greensboro - Lewis Hill

38 - The Parker Settlement in Glover - Randy Williams and Betsy Day

40 - Highland Lodge in the Sixties - Wilhelmina Smith

43 - A Conversation with Mavis Winchester Nunn - Gail Sangree and Jean Reynolds

46 - The Greensboro Library Authors Room and Vermont History Room Updated - Anne Harbison

48 - A Review of Lewis Hill’s Yankee Summer: The Way We Were - Daniel Metraux

51 - Greensboro Historical Society’s New Acquisitions

52 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 27 - Summer 2002

01 - Account of a Three -Day Trip on Horseback in 1937 - Joseph Fairbanks

11 - The Hardwick Town House Revisited - Pat Haslam

16 - Robert Frost and the Charms of Craftsbury - Charles T. Morrissey

20 - The Hardwick and Woodbury Railroad - Allen F. Davis

24 - Remembering Emilie Stuart Perry - Tom Woodward

29 - Stories of Spahr Cottage - Jenny Stoner

33 - Another look at Runaway Pond - Gail A. Sangree

38 - A Curious Marker aat the Village Cemetery - Pat Haslam

40 - Margaret Mead and Greensboro - Daniel A. Metraux

42 - Having a Wonderful Time, Wish You were Here - Lewis Hill

45 - Review of Metraux’s Craftsbury, A Brief Social History

48 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 28 - Summer 2003

01 - Nancy Price Graff’s Looking Back at Vermont: Farm Security Administration Photographs 1936 -1942 - Allen F. Davis 

05 - Bixby Sisters Remember Growing Up During Prohibition in East Hardwick - Pat Haslam

10 - Remembering Helen - her friends

14 - The Woodbury Granite Company - Paul Wood

25 - Two Letters of Thomas Tolman the Younger - Gail Sangree

27 - A Brief History of Medicine in the Greensboro Area - Catherine Perry Wilkinson

31 - How We First Came to Greensboro, July 1910 - Peg Gray and Clive Day

35 - Ancient Vermont Almanacs Provide A Window to the Past - Daniel A. Metraux

38 - The Education of Victor Herbert Lukens - Alan B. Howe

44 - A Gypsy Baby - Elizabeth A. Wood

47 - Taxidermy Stories - Gail Sangree and Whitney Landon

51 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 29 - Summer 2004 

01 - The Ellsworths, Missionaries to the Cherokees in the Early Nineteenth Century - Pat Haslam 

04 - A Northeast Kingdom Dairy Farm - Paul Wood

16 - The Mack Cottage on Caspian Lake - Gail Sangree

20 - My Great, Great Grandfather’s Grandfather Clock - Edward W. Throndson

27 - Two African - American Teachers and Their Critical Contributions to Education in Northern Vermont in the Mid and Late Nineteenth Century - Daniel A. Metraux

31 - Excerpt from “Caspian Lake, Greensboro” - R. Balfour Daniels

32 - A Pre -Civil War Migration from Craftsbury and Coventry, Vermont to Georgia: Boynton, Rawson, and Root Families - Pat Haslam

36 - Remembrances of My Mother Harriette R. Wilson - Margaret Bellak

39 - Remembering Greensboro - Rachel Whitman and Lee Whitman -Raymond

42 - Dissonance, Cedric Whitman

43 - Northern Vermont Revolutionary War Reenactments, Travis Reynolds and David Linck

46 - Memories of the first Day of School, Linda DuCharme

48 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 30 - Summer 2005

04 - Three Generations of Farming by the Eddy Family in Walden, Vt. Pt 1 - Paul Wood

19 - Revisiting Stegner’s Second Growth - Lewis Hill

23 - Mid -Nineteenth Century Vermont Towns and Their Responsibilities to the General Citizenry - Daniel A Metraux

26 - Journal of a Tour to the West in the Year 1843 - Samuel C. Crafts

35 - Hardwick’s Competent Cooks in 1912 - Allen W. Davis

39 - A Comparison of Greensboro and Hardwick’s Tax Lists for the Year 1812 - Gail A Sangree

41 - The Beginning of Randolph Camp and at Lakewood Camp - Douglas Bishop

44 - Marion Urie’s Adventure on the Long Trail - End to End - Elizabeth A. Wood

48 - Evelyn DeBrune Springstead Remembers Greensboro’s Social Scene of the 1920’s - Gail A. Sangree and Elizabeth A. Wood

51 - Kitchen Junkets - Jeanette E. Hill

52 - Book Review: The View from the Big Rock - Daniel A Metraux

53 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 31 - Summer 2006

01 - Raising Seed Potatoes in East Hardwick - Anne and Jim Batten, interview by Gail Sangree

05 - The Early Years of Greensboro Grange - Lewis Hill

08 - Three Generations of Farming by the Eddy Family in Walden, VT, Part II - Paul Wood

25 - The Indians of Vermont: A 1794 Perspective - Daniel A. Metraux 

28 - Early 20th Century Lakeview Inn brochure

29 - Journal of a Tour to the West in the Year 1843 Part II - Samuel C. Crafts

37 - A Dark and Stormy Night on Caspian Lake: Rowboat Ethics and the Gothic Tale of a Monster Fish - Charles T. Morrissey.

40 - Celebrating a Centennial: The Kreider Camp 1905 -2005 - Pat Haslam

42 - She Always Did Her Best - Allen W. Davis.

45 - Supervising Music in Vermont Schools: Evelyn Springstead Interview - Bette Wood and Gail Sangree.

47 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 32 - Summer 2007

03 - Small Things Forgotten- Gail Sangree, (Patricia L. Haslam, Lorraine Hussey, Susan Jarzyna)

07 - Barn Fire in Walden, Vermont, a Case of Thwarted Love and Arson - Paul Wood          

17 - Centennial of the Searchlight Club of Craftsbury - An Interview of Linda Wells 

20 - Selections from Memoirs of Jeannette Richardson Hill

28 - Art Sleuth: Alfred H. Barr Jr. and the World of Modern Art - Charles T. Morrissey

30 - Samuel Williams' 1809 Proclamation on Vermont Being the Epitome of Human Progress and Freedom - Daniel A Metraux

33 - Reflections on the Founding of the Hazen Road Dispatch in the Summer of 1974 - Daniel A. Metraux

34 - Charles Henry Olmsted - Gail A. Sangree

35 - The Beginnings and Development of Summer Music from Greensboro - Tom Zajkowksi

39 - Music in Aspenhurst Through the Years - Bill Carter

41 - The Sunday Lake Concerts - John B. Hewett

42 - Review of The Founding Families of Craftsbury, Vermont: A Study of the Relationships Between the Proprietors and the First Settlers of the Town - by Betty Davison Post - Reviewed by Patricia Haslam  

43 - A Brief Mention of Craftsbury in John Fry’s The Story of Modern Skiing by Charles T. Morrissey  

44 - Review of The Bell Tolls No More to Call the Faithful from Their Chore: A History of St. John of the Cross Catholic Church and Its Parishioners by Paul Daniels - Reviewed by Gail Sangree. 

46 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 33 - 2008

01 - Sterling College at the Half Century Mark - Gail Sangree

06 - The Beginnings of Sterling School - Norman Rioux

11 - A Review of the Memoir of William Kelly - Allen F. Davis

13 - Hardwick Moves Downhill - Paul Wood

23 - Reflections on One-Room Schoolhouses - Daniel Metraux                     

26 - St. Johnsbury Caledonian’s 1915 Spread on Caspian Lake—Families Still Connected to Greensboro - Clive Gray   

33 - A Late-Nineteenth-Century Childhood in East Calais: Recollections of Ida Clee Bemis  

35 - Greensboro Brook’s Old Stone Arch and Culvert - David Dow

37 - Greensboro’s Summering Academics and Their Professional Battles: Two Tales - Charles T. Morrissey   

40 - Influence of the Simpson Brothers in East Craftsbury - Daniel Metrauz  

42 - Review of Wallace Stegner’s selected Letters - Allen F. Davis  

44 - Concealment Shoes - Gail Sangree 

     Martha Faulds Coburn, Greensboro’s Poet - Gail Sangree  

47 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 34 - Summer 2009

01 - Butter Making in the Northeast Kingdom:  The Farmer’s Primary Cash Crop - Paul Wood

16 - Map of Quarries, Rail Lines, and Roads in the Hardwick Area - Paul Wood

17 - Camp Ethan Allen on Eligo Lake - H. Clay Simpson

22 - The Story of the New Mountain View Clubhouse - Henry A.G. King

27 - East Hardwick in the Era of McFeeter’s Store: Childhood Memories - Anne Molleur Hanson

33 - Review of Country Stores of Vermont by Dennis Bathory-Kitsz - Daniel A. Metraux

34 - Hero to His Valet, Thomas Woodward, Sr. - Thomas Woodward, Sr.

42 - Leo Lemay Remembers - Gail Sangree

45 - A Caspian Camper Once Ran for Governor and Also Tried to Get Elected to Congress - Charles T. Morrissey

47 - An Interview and Walk with Harold Nunn - Gail Sangree and Paul Wood

51 - List of Articles by Lewis Hill in Previous Hazen Road Dispatches

52 - The Coming of the Railroad Revolutionized Tourism in the Northeast Kingdom Before the Civil War - Daniel A. Metraux

52 - Review of Wallace Stegner and the American West by Philip L. Fradkin - Daniel A. Metraux

56 - Review of My Life in Food by Judith Jones - Allen F. Davis

58 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 35 - Summer 2010

01 - Rosie Oats: Greensboro Shepardess - H. Clay Simpson

08 - In Helen’s Words - Helen Dimick

12 - Hitchhiking in 1950 - Pat Haslam

13 - Bicentennial of the Hibbard House - John Teevan  

16 - Spring Thaw 1969 - Ruth Hibbard  

18 - The Farming Community Part I - Paul E. Wood  

26 - Visiting Greensboro in 1883 - Daniel A. Metraux  

27 - A Catastrophe - Charles T. Morrissey    

28 - Greensboro’s Famous Rocks - Allen F. Davis  

32 - Mom’s Poem - Alice M.C. Ling  

33 - The French Canadian Experience in Greensboro - Daniel A. Metraux  

35 - A Whirlwind Tour of Early Vermont Settlement - Thomas M. Woodward, Jr.  

38 - Lucy Sprague Mitchell and children’s Literature - Charles T. Morrissey   

38 - Mystery Postcard - Wendy Parrish  

39 - Peddlers and Other Travelers in Craftsbury c. 1900    

44 - Hardwick’s Rescue Squad - Gail A. Sangree  

47 - The Van Hook Sisters - Charles T. Morrissey  

48 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 36 - Summer 2011

01 - The Farming Community, Part II - Paul Wood

09 - Near This Spot - Pat Haslam

13 - Craftsbury Civil War Soldiers' Letters - Daniel Métraux

16 - War News in Craftsbury: The Homefront Ordeal - Charles T. Morrissey

17 - The Willey's Store - Julianna McIntyre - 17

18 - How Highland Lodge Got Its Name - Patricia A. Billingsley

26 - China Memoir - Edward R. Kast and H. Clay Simpson

32 - The Little Republic That Never Was - Daniel Métraux

34 - East Hardwick Study Club and Library - Gail Sangree

41 - The Lore of the Gore - Bill Carter

42 - Hardwick in the News - Allen F. Davis

43 - Other Randolph Camps - Charles T. Morrissey

44 - Review of Obermayer's Biography of William Rehnquist - Lacey Baldwin Smith

46 - 1940 Census to Be Available Online - Charles T. Morrissey

47 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 37 - 2012:

01 - Memories of Sally Fisher - Sangree, Davis, Metraux, Haslam

02 - Answer to Last Year's Mystery Photo - John C. Stone 

03 - Mansfield Freeman & Greensboro: The Spirit Never Dies - H. Clay Simpson

10 - Are We There Yet? - Neal Burnham 

12 - Excerpt from "Caspian Lake, Greensboro" from The Vermonter, June - July 1934

13 - Greensboro's Earliest Neighborhood, Part I - Patricia Haslam 

18 - Greensboro Blockhouse Project - Jill L. Baker 

22 - More About Hardwick's Philip Cummings - Charles T. Morrissey 

23 - The Multi - Dimensional Aaron Hill: A Rural Craftsman of Greensboro - Paul Wood  

35 - A Familiar Tale & Continuing Conjecture: Timothy Green and the Naming of Greensboro - Charles T. Morrissey 

36 - The Forgotten Hazen Road Monument in Craftsbury & Greensboro - Daniel A. Metraux  

38 - Memories of Miss Jean Simpson - Gail Sangree 

40 - A True Story of Love & Romance in Early Craftsbury - Daniel A. Metraux  

42 - In Memoriam

 

Vol. 38 - 2013:

01 - The Memorial Garden - Anne R. Harbison 

04 - Greensboro's Earliest Neighborhood Part II - Patricia L. Haslam 

15 - The Simpson Rodin Collection - Allen F. Davis 

19 - Greensboro's Master of Modern Art - H. Clay Simpson 

27 - Growing Hardwick: An Administrative History of the Young Town - Elizabeth H. Dow

30 - John Gunther's Shoes - Thomas M. Hurst

33 - Selling Ginseng in China - Charles T. Morrissey

35 - How Did Greensboro React to the Civil War? - Daniel A. Metraux

38 - History of the Stimson Cottages in Winnemere - Arthur Wright

42 - Found in the Hardwick Historical Society Collection - Elizabeth H. Dow

45 - What it Took to Succeed in Nineteenth Century Greensboro - Daniel A Metraux

47 - The Romeos of Greensboro - H. Clay Simpson

49 - Errata and Addenda - Wilhelmina Smith

51 - In Memoriam 

 

Vol. 39 - 2014:

01 - The Education of a Young Farmer - Paul Wood

08 - Greensboro Teenagers Seventy - Five Years Ago - Alan W. Lukens

10 - Review of Temper of the Day - Charles T. Morrissey

11 - Hardwick 1921: From Snow Rolling to the Poor Farm - Allen F. Davis

14 - Greensboro and Craftsbury: a Profile of the First Decade - Daniel A. Metraux

16 - Teacups from Amos Porter's China Travels? - Thomas M. Hurst

19 - Ephraim Strong, Greensboro Native and Missionary - Charles T. Morrissey

21 - Additional Settlers in Other Parts of Town, Part III - Patricia L. Has-lam

31 - Greensboro's Early Subscription Library Society - Paricia L. Haslam

33 - Rev. James P. Stone & Gradma'am Stanley - Patricia L. Haslam

34 - James B. Hardwick Norris' Book 1815 - 1859 - Elizabeth Dow

36 - Same Time, Same Place: Two Women Born in Greensboro & Their History - Making Careers - Charles T. Morrissey

39 - The Hardwick Camps on Caspian Lake's West Shore - Gail A. Sangree

44 - Review of Howard Coffin's Something Abides: Discovering the Civil War in Today's Vermont - Daniel A Metraux

45 - Review of Ski Pioneers of Stowe, Vermont - Gail A. Sangree46 - In Memoriam

 

The 2015 special anthology issue to commemorate 40 years of continuous publication, is believed to be the only journal published by a Vermont historical society to have done so. The index to that issue is incorporated within this 5-year compilation, coded: 2015:page number.

 

Vol. 40 - 2016

01 - You Know Where and I Don't Care - John C. Stone II

05 - Hardwick's Widowed and the Granite Boom - Elizabeth H. Dow

08 - Found at the Hardwick Historical Society - Elizabeth H. Dow 

11 - Barr Hill - Clive Gray

17 - Mail's Up - Penelope Easton 

21 - Follies and Frolics - Jim Fixx

25 - Inventive Minds Part I - Paul Wood

35 - Willey's Store Dishes Our the Towels - Dorothy Ling

36 - Showing up for Work in the Vermont State House - Charles T. Morrissey

37 - Simpson Memorial Library Museum - Daniel A. Metraux

39 - Review: The Hand of the Small Town Builder - Susannah Blachly

43 - Fern Ledges - Lucile Adams Brink

45 - History of the Sowles Camps in Greensboro - James H. Sowles

47 - Update on the Blockhouse Excavation - Gail Sangree