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Vol. 71, Nos. 1 & 2    |    Winter/Spring 2003

Symposium Issue: The Future of Vermont History in the 21st Century: Needs and Opportunities

Introduction
Gainor B. Davis (5)

Symposium Dedication
Samuel B. Hand (7)

Brickyards and Frameworks: A Retrospectus and Prospectus on Vermont History Writing
Michael Sherman (11)

Gender and Vermont History: Moving Women from the Sidebars into the Text
Marilyn S. Blackwell (46)

"Nos ancétres les Gaulois": Ethnicity and History in Vermont
Joseph-André Senécal (62)

"Bloom Where You Are Planted": Doing Local History in a Big World
Dona Brown (71)

America and the State that "Stayed Behind": An Argument for the National Relevance of Vermont History
Paul Searls (75)

Frontiers, to Farms, to Factories: The Economic and Social Development of Vermont from 1791 to 1991
Samuel A. McReynolds (88)

An Empty Toolbox? Archives and the Future of Research
Gregory Sanford (98)

Giving Form to Vermont's History: The Challenge for the Future
H. Nicholas Muller III (103)

Book Reviews (109)

More About Vermont History
Compiled by Paul A. Carnahan (129)

Vol. 71, Nos. 3 & 4    |    Summer/Fall 2003

Mountain Rule Revisited
Samual B. Hand (139)

The Watershed Election: Cornelius Peter Van Ness, Horation Seymour, and the United States Senate Campaign of 1826
Kenneth A. Degree (152)

Revisiting the Ethan Allen Homestead: A Closer Look at a Vermont Landmark
Scott Stevens and Steven C. Mallory (180)

The Technological Turn: Skiing and Landscape Change in Vermont, 1930 - 1970
Blake Harrison (197)

Book Reviews (229)

More About Vermont History
Complied by Paul A. Carnahan (240)

Index to Volumes 70 (2002) and 71 (2003)
Compiled by Reidun D. Nuquist (245)