TITLES OF ARTICLES and INDEX to THE HAZEN ROAD DISPATCH

Journal of the Greensboro, (Vt.) Historical Society

2017-2021

by Patricia L. Haslam

The Hazen Road Dispatch  began in 1975 as the newsletter for the the Greensboro Bicentennial Committee for the U.S. Bicentennial in 1976.  The index for 1975 to 1991 was completed in 1991. Sally Fisher, long-time editor, retired in 1995.  Her successors are Stefani Ayers Cravedi, who began her editorship in 1996, with Andrea Perham, associate editor. Titles of articles with authors are listed chronologically.  Again, place names are interwoven alphabetically within the every-name listing. Please note that the computer sorts maiden names of wives (within parenthesis) grouped at the beginning of each letter of the alphabet, rather than within each letter alphabetically.  One must search each place within each letter of the alphabet to retrieve the needed information. 

Abbreviations:

Ch= church
Co= county or company
comm= committee
conv= convention
Crafts= Craftsbury
Ctr= Center
F= Fall issue
Gr= Greensboro
Hdwk= Hardwick
illus/pic= illustration
Mtn= mountain
Soc= Society
Sp= Spring issue
Su= Summer issue

 
 
 

VOL. 41 (2017) TO VOL. 45 (2021)

Articles: (by volume and page)

 

 

Vol. 41 - 2017:

01 - The Great Flood of 1927 at Caspian Lake: Implications for Future Water Level Management - H. Clay Simpson
05 - Tour Boats on Caspian Lake - Elizabeth Dow and Charles T. Morrissey
07 - Summers at the Barre Camps 1930-1941 - Janet Nichols Derouin
14 - The Union Camping Club of Hardwick: A Mystery - Patricia Haslam
18 - Edgewood Lane: Alex Calderwood's Subdivision - Judy Dales Whitman
23 - Family Crests Preserved at Craftsbury's Library - Gail Sangree, Jenny Stoner
24 - Inventive Minds Part II - Paul Wood
32 - Found in Elsa Barr Williams' Attic - David Hicock
33 - The Sheriff of Greensboro Meets Greensboro's First Photodocumentarian - Daniel Metraux
37 - At the Front in Orleans County During the War of 1812 - Gail Sangree
39 - Book Reviews: Roger Emerson's My Vermonters - Gail Sangree
40 - Book Reviews: Kate Daloz' We Are as Gods: Back to the Landers in the 1970s - Gail Sangree

 

 

Vol. 42 - 2018:

01 - The Woodbury Granite Company, Frederick Purdy, and the Carving of the Last Supper - Paul Wood
10 - This Photograph Is Not What It Seems to Be - Allen F. Davis
13 - Greensboro's Town Fathers (and Mothers) - Clive Gray
19 - Found at the Hardwick Historical Society - Elizabeth H. Dow
21 - Another Musical Find at the Hardwick Historical Society - Elizabeth H. Dow
22 - Remembering Whitney Landon - H. Clay Simpson
27 - Fir Tops: Part Two - Janet Nichols Derouin
32 - Samuel Crafts: Master Politician and Explorer - Daniel Métraux
34 - When Craftsbury Was a True Industrial Center - Daniel Métraux
34 - Neglected No Longer: Truman Moon - Charles Morrissey
39 - The Old White Boathouse - Elsa Barr Williams
40 - Our Nonagenarian Volunteer - H. Clay Simpson
42 - Book Reviews: Allman's Shanghai Lawyer - Gail A. Sangree
44 - Baker and Haslam The Greensboro Blockhouse Project - Gail A. Sangree
46 - "Orange King, Whoever He Was" (with editing assistance from Nancy Hill) - Joan Alexander

 

Vol. 43 - 2019:

01- Rail to the Granite Mountain - Paul Wood
12 - Ishkabibble - Wilhelmina Smith
14 - The 1918 Influenza Epidemic in Craftsbury, Greensboro, and Hardwick - Elizabeth Dow
21 - Did You Catch It? - Neal Burnham
26 - Field Trip to Peacham in Search of the Bayley Hazen Rd. - Patricia Haslam and Jill Baker
28 - More Memories of Long Pond - Clive Gray
32 - Craftsbury's Civil War Soldiers Who Became Prisoners of War - Daniel Métraux
34 - Jean Spahr's Summer Memories of Greensboro - Jean S. Sangree
42 - Conversation with Tracy Martin - Gail Sangree
46 - Finding Rev. Daniel Field in Hardwick's History - Charles Morrissey
48 - A Walk on Black's Point - Allen F. Davis
53 - Review: How to Weed YourAttic (Elizabeth Dow and Lucinda Cockrell) - Elsa B. Williams

 

Vol. 44 - 2020:

01 - Horror in Hardwick - David Hicock
06 - Remembering James and Mary Louise Carpenter - H. Clay Simpson
11 - Highland Lodge Cross-Country Ski Trails - Wilhelmina Smith
15 - from the Aug. 5, 1919 issue of Morrisville Messenger - Patricia Haslam
15 - From Granite to Gold - Jonah Mathison-Regan
20 - Rail to the Granite Mountain Part II - Paul Wood
33 - Neglected No Longer: Truman Jesse Moon - Charles T. Morrissey
35 - Postscript to 'The Ellsworths" (HRD 2006) - Patricia Haslam
37 - Craftsbury's Governor Graham - Daniel Métraux
40 - Hardwick Township's Post Village Name Shuffle 40 - Jane B McVickars & Robert F. Fischer
43 - Jean Fine and Jane Addams - Allen F. Davis
47 - from the VT Digger Aug. 5, 2019 - Anonymous
48 - Book Review: Last of the Hill Farms - Gail Sangree
49 - No Map, No Plan - Charles T. Morrissey

 

Vol. 45 - 2021:

01 - The Textbook Empire of Stone and Sanborn - H.ClaySimpson and John C.Stone II
09 - Eisenharts and Einstein - Lewis Hill and John Compton
11 - Bemis's Five and Ten Cent Store - Joyce Slayton Mitchell
14 - My Craftsbury Common Summer People - Madison Brown
19 - Decades with Chippies - Beatrice Bickford Hicock
20 - On Local Schools - Elizabeth H. Dow
25 - More Words About Timothy Hinman - Gail Sangree
30 - How Craftsbury's Earliest Settlers Made Money - Dan Metraux
31 - Masonry Structures on the St. Johnsbury Railroad - Paul Wood
36 - Remembering Pat Haslam - Gail Sangree Leslie Rowell

 



INDEX TO THE HAZEN ROAD DISPATCH

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