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The Vermont Historical Society announces the publication of the unfinished
typescript for vol. II of Allen Stratton's HISTORY OF ALBURGH VERMONT.  This
volume, consisting of family biographies of the early settlers of Alburgh,
was unfinished at the time of Stratton's death in 1986.  Researchers have
been able to use Stratton's draft of volume II in the VHS library, but it
has remained inaccessible to those outside the library.  In 1999 Lewis S.
Kreger began transcribing Stratton's work into a computer, formatting it to
look like Stratton's other books on the towns of Grand Isle County.
Kreger's transcription of Stratton's work is now available in an 8.5 x 11,
soft cover, spiral-bound, 216-page book for $18.00 from the Vermont
Historical Society bookshop.  The book will be available this weekend (June
17-18) at the Vermont History Expo 2000 at the Tunbridge Fairgrounds.  It
may also be purchased after this weekend at the VHS bookshop in Montpelier.
Orders may be placed by printing, completing, and mailing or faxing an order
form found at http://www.state.vt.us/vhs/shop2/neworder.htm.  Credit card
orders may be placed over the telephone at 802-828-2291.  VHS members
receive a 10% discount ($1.80); tax for Vermont residents is $0.90; shipping
and handling is $4.75.  Questions about this publication should be directed
to VHS librarian Paul Carnahan, 802-828-2291 or [log in to unmask]

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Paul A. Carnahan, Librarian
Vermont Historical Society
109 State Street
Montpelier, Vermont  05609-0901
Voice: 802-828-2291; Fax: 802-828-3638; [log in to unmask]
Our web site: http://www.state.vt.us/vhs
Vermont manuscripts: http://arccat.uvm.edu
For New England history try:  http://nebib.uvm.edu
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