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Vermont History Center<br>60 Washington St.<br>Barre, VT 05641-4209<br>[http://vermonthistory.org Vermont Historical Society]
 
Vermont History Center<br>60 Washington St.<br>Barre, VT 05641-4209<br>[http://vermonthistory.org Vermont Historical Society]
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Here is the single largest collection of printed Vermont and New England genealogical and historical research material in the state. The microforms room has a growing collection of CD-ROM  
 
Here is the single largest collection of printed Vermont and New England genealogical and historical research material in the state. The microforms room has a growing collection of CD-ROM  
 
databases for New England, and online access to federal census records. Their excellent manuscript collection is extensively indexed. Membership is not required to use open stacks and collections. A very limited research service is available, but a list of independent researchers can be supplied.
 
databases for New England, and online access to federal census records. Their excellent manuscript collection is extensively indexed. Membership is not required to use open stacks and collections. A very limited research service is available, but a list of independent researchers can be supplied.
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Vermont History Center
60 Washington St.
Barre, VT 05641-4209
Vermont Historical Society

Here is the single largest collection of printed Vermont and New England genealogical and historical research material in the state. The microforms room has a growing collection of CD-ROM databases for New England, and online access to federal census records. Their excellent manuscript collection is extensively indexed. Membership is not required to use open stacks and collections. A very limited research service is available, but a list of independent researchers can be supplied.