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Our first French-language title, Le Patriote Canadien

Now available on Chronicling America, our first French-language title, Le Patriote canadien! Published from 1839 to 1840 by the well-known French-Canadian printer and journalist, Ludger Duvernay, Le Patriote canadien is an enduring chronicle of the ties between Vermont and Québec … Continue reading

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Genealogy Search Tips for Chronicling America

The search for ancestors, while generally rewarding, can be difficult and time-consuming; as an amateur genealogist I can attest to this. For genealogy research, certainly, historic newspapers contain a wealth of information about relatives, for newspapers can include local news, … Continue reading

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User Spotlight Series: Vermont Milk Chocolate Company

Periodically, we’ll be interviewing researchers and showcasing projects that are using content from Vermont historical newspapers on Chronicling America. Our first interviewee is Frances Gubler, a graduate historic preservation student at the University of Vermont, who has been conducting research … Continue reading

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