Cate Fellowship Past Winners
Dr. Claire Meldrum for her research on American detective fiction author Anna Katherine Green (1846-1935)
Joe Sherman for Mellen Chamberlain’s Five Years Of Good Fortune: 1832-1837.
Susan Nevins for The Lyndes Family 1799-1863: A Black Revolutionary War Veteran and His Family Make a Life in Central Vermont.
Jason Newton for Forging Titans: Hegemonic Masculinity in the Working Forests of Vermont, 1800-1920.
Adam Krakowski for A Bitter Past: Hop Farming in the 19th Century Vermont.
Charlotte Rodabaugh for Green Mountain Brotherhood: Yankee Masculinity and the Vermont Regional Experience.
Julia M. Lewandoski for A Map of Historical Native American Communities in Caledonia County.
Kathie Schey of Long Beach, CA for Thomas Hawley Canfield and John Henry Hopkins: A Conversation Lived.
Donald H. Wickman of Rutland, VT for George Houghton: Vermont Civil War Photographer.
Jason Roberts of Essex Junction, VT for Epidemiological and Social Aspects of the Diphtheria Outbreak in Vermont During the 1860s.
Sarah Rath of Spring Green, WI for Biography of Achsa Sprague, 19th-Century Vermont Spiritualist.
Mary Catherine O'Neil of Essex Junction, VT for The Captain White Place: The Chickenbone Tavern Whispers to Commerce, Transportation, and Life in 19th-Century Burlington.
Blake A. Harrison of Madison, WI for Technology, Tourism, and the Landscape of Vermont.
Karen F. Madden of Essex Junction, VT for Ready to Work: Vermont Women in Republican Party Politics in the 1950s and 1960s.
Michael R. Barbieri of Wallingford, VT for An Incursion Into Canada: The Second American Attempt to Invade Canada during the American Revolution.
Sara Gregg of Middlebury, VT for Vermont Agricultural Life: A Social History of the Depression Years.
Mariella Squire, Ph.D of West Glover, VT for Toward a History of the Native American People in Northeastern Vermont.
Donald Wickman of Rutland, VT for Documenting the History of Vermont's Civil War Flag Collection.
Pamela A. Stefanek of Orwell, VT for History of the Diggings: An Abandoned, Largely Undisturbed 1800s Logging Community.
David Demeritt for 'Fond Hopes and Dashed Dreams': Climate and Cropping in Vermont 1820-1850."
J. Kevin Graffagnino for 'Vermonters Unmasked': Charles Phelps and the Patterns of Dissent in Revolutionary Vermont.
Michael McKernan for A Study of the Musical Life of Charles M. Cobb.
Corinne McLaughlin Snow for Post-Civil War Life-Styles in Southern Vermont.
Colin Calloway for Indian Population Movements in Vermont
Jan Lewandowski for Architectural Style and Building Technology in Northeastern Vermont, 1780-1830