GHS Annual Meeting - August 10, 2015

60's and 70's Counter-culture in Vermont

Moderated by Wilhelmina Smith

Panelists:  David Allen, Chip Troiano, Judy Carpenter, Elka Schumann


After a short business meeting, the four panelists recount, in turn, their experiences in the "Hippie Era" in Vermont.  The video is in six parts: intro and business, the four panelist's presentations, and the wrap-up and Q/A session.  Each video is in mp4 format.

Viewing/download options:

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Segment Duration File Video
 Intro & Business 9 min 29 sec Intro http://youtu.be/hMtihNGZimk
 David Allen 10 min 37 sec David http://youtu.be/gLk0Wju-aCQ
 Chip Troiano 9 min 14 sec Chip http://youtu.be/QUtyeEtd8wM
 Judy Carpenter 6 min 2 sec Judy http://youtu.be/UaMoCn4QqMY
 Elka Schumann 19 min 6 sec Elka http://youtu.be/Au1w-YRfTXc
 Wrap-up & Q/A 28 min 43 sec Wrap-up http://youtu.be/wU3KCRe_Rmo

 

 

 Greensboro Historical Society

Annual Meeting

August 11, 2014

 

Professor Harvey Whitfield

"Slavery in Vermont"

 

 

This video is in mp4 format and runs around 1 hour and 20 minutes.

 

 

 

To view directly in your browser, click this link:  Teacher in Space - Part 3

 

To view the video directly in your browser, click this link:   Teacher in Space - Part 4

 

To view the video directly in your browser, click here:  Teacher in Space - Part 2 of 4