Alice Eichholz

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Alice Eichholz, Ph.D., CG, is Director of Lifelong Learning and Professor of Liberal Studies at Union Institute and University, located on the Vermont College campus in Montpelier, Vermont.  With thirty-five years of genealogical research experience, she is a nationally known researcher and writer focusing on New England and multigenerational patterns in families. She serves as a consultant for the Multigenerational research project at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family; and mentor to undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral studies in family history.
Alice Eichholz, Ph.D., CG, is Director of Lifelong Learning and Professor of Liberal Studies at Union Institute and University, located on the Vermont College campus in Montpelier, Vermont.  With thirty-five years of genealogical research experience, she is a nationally known researcher and writer focusing on New England and multigenerational patterns in families. She serves as a consultant for the Multigenerational research project at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family; and mentor to undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral studies in family history.
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Alice Eichholz, Ph.D., CG, is Director of Lifelong Learning and Professor of Liberal Studies at Union Institute and University, located on the Vermont College campus in Montpelier, Vermont. With thirty-five years of genealogical research experience, she is a nationally known researcher and writer focusing on New England and multigenerational patterns in families. She serves as a consultant for the Multigenerational research project at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family; and mentor to undergraduate, master’s, and doctoral studies in family history.

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