The Vermont Women's History Project highlights the role that women have played in shaping Vermont's history and provides resources and programs to make this important information available to students, researchers, and anyone interested in Vermont women and their accomplishments.
Vermont women's history website
Students, teachers, writers, researchers, travelers, or anyone interested in Vermont women's history can search our site for information about the history and accomplishments of Vermont women.
Women's history program
Our annual March program on Vermont women's history highlights one aspect of women's roles in shaping our state and local history.
Our 2013 Vermont women's history program: "Vermont Women in Journalism"
The Vermont Historical Society partnered with the Vermont Commission on Women tol celebrate "Vermont Women in Journalism" as part of our annual event focused on women's history. A remarkable panel of women offer per spectives on the progress and challenges of women journalists in Vermont across all types of media and walks of life.
Thanks to our sponsors KeyBank, Northfield Savings Bank, Clute Wealth Management, WCAX-TV, Vermont Commission on Women, Burlington Free Press, Vermont Association of Broadcasters, Vermont Public Television, Cabot Creamery, and co-sponsor Black River Design.
ORCA Media, Montpelier area's community access television station, filmed the event and you can view the video online. Vermont Public Radio ran a commentary series in conjunction with the women's history month theme, spearheaded by historian and writer Cyndy Bittinger.
The Deborah Pickman Clifford Legacy Fund
In memory of her devotion and contributions to Vermont history and to the special role of women in forging that history, this fund is dedicated to sustaining the mission of the Vermont Historical Society, and each year will also underwrite collections, programs or services specific to Vermont women's history.