Publisher: University Press of New England
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 1220 g
Dimensions: 280 x 203 x 31 mm
"Duffy, Hand, and Orth and 141 other contributors offer a comprehensive, accurate, reasonably priced, readable compilation devoted to all aspects of the most rural and one of the most liberal states. Seventy illustrations and an easy-to-read three-column format enhance the volume."--Choice
"Anyone with an interest in the state of Vermont and its past will welcome The Vermont Encyclopedia. There has never been a compact reference book about Vermont at once as comprehensive and accessible as this volume . . . Samuel B. Hand's essay on Vermont's history is the best concise survey of the subject that I have read."--Vermont History
"The Vermont Encyclopedia, the first comprehensive history of the state in nearly 70 years, manages to compile nearly all pertinent facts about Vermont in a single volume. Furthermore, unbelievably, it makes for excellent reading . . . it can be dipped into easily by young adults, or digested by scholars."--Vermont Sunday Magazine
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