Westminster, Vermont, 1735-2000

Westminster, Vermont, 1735-2000 Westminster Is The Oldest Town In Vermont, And Its History Is Visible Down Every Street Vermont Itself Was Born Here, When The First Blood Of The American Revolution Was Shed During The Westminster Massacre And It Separated From New York Westminster Declined In Political Importance During The Nineteenth Century, But Its Agricultural Heritage Bloomed As Residents Exported Everything From Beef To Vegetables To Christmas Wreaths Despite Its Small Size, Westminster Also Boasts Unique Neighborhoods With Their Own Vibrant Cultures, Including Westminster Village, Gageville And Westminster West From Brilliant Inventors And The Co Founder Of The Oneida Community To A Miss Vermont, An Oscar Winning Actress And Vermont S Eighty First Governor, The Famous Sons And Daughters Of Westminster Have Left Their Marks On The State And The Nation Celebrated Local Author Jessie Haas And The Westminster Historical Society Showcase What Makes Westminster Such An Amazing And Quintessentially Vermont Community

Jessie Haas has written over 35 books for children and adults, many about horses a lifelong passion She currently owns a Morgan mare, Robin, who is being clicker trained to be a trail and pasture dressage horse She lives in a small, off grid house in the woods with husband Michael J Daley, two cats and a dog When not writing or riding or reading she likes to knit, cook, and write, or ride, or

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  • Hardcover
  • 574 pages
  • Westminster, Vermont, 1735-2000
  • Jessie Haas
  • English
  • 25 May 2017
  • 9781609494759

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