Vermont History publishes new research and scholarship in most aspects of Vermont state and local history. The journal also includes reviews of books on Vermont history.
Members receive the journal twice yearly. The full text of back issues of Vermont History since 2000 is available online on this site six months after publication plus selected articles published prior to 2000. Click on the volume number in the menu to the left to see table of contents for all issues published that year or use the "search" function below. Each article is stored as an individual PDF file, which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader or a compatible program for viewing.
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Hard copy back issues of the journal are available for consultation at the VHS's Leahy Library in Barre, in libraries across the country, and through the Interlibrary Loan service of your local library. Contact the Leahy Library through our Ask a Librarian service to obtain digitized articles from Vermont History.
Some back issues are available for purchase from the Vermont Historical Society museum store. Back issues are $4.50 (1950 to present) or $5.00 (1878-1949); not all issues are available for purchase.
The journal welcomes articles on a wide range of topics and on all time periods in Vermont's past.Whenever possible, articles should be based on heretofore unpublished documentary or other primary source material.Please review the submission guidelines before submitting your work.