Ben Lane Award Past Winners

Volumes 88-89

Susan Nevins, For colored people [they] had a great many friends:" The Phillips-Lynde family of Windham, Connecticut, and Brookfield Vermont, 88 (Winter/Spring 2020): 1-34

Volumes 86-87

Marilyn S. Blackwell, Vermont and the Equal Rights Amendments: A Case against Exceptionalism, 87 (Summer/Fall 2019): 141-180.

Volumes 84-85

Rebecca J. H. Woods, Green Mountain Merinos: From New England to New South Wales in the Nineteenth Century, 85 (Winter/Spring 2017): 1-19.

Volumes 82-83

Kevin P. Thornton, Andrew Harris, Vermont's Forgotten Abolitionist, 83 (Summer/Fall 2015): 119-156.

Volumes 80-81

Michael Laramie, The French Lake Champlain Fleet and the Contest for the Control of the Lake, 1742-1760, 80 (Winter/Spring 2012): 1-32.

Volumes 78-79

Jane Williamson, African Americans in Addison County, Charlotte, and Hinesburgh, 1790-1860. 78 (Winter/Spring 2010): 15-42.

Volumes 76-77

John A. Sautter, Equity and History: Vermont's Education Revolution in the Early 1890s, 76 (Winter/Spring 2008): 2-18.

Volumes 74-75

Vincent Edward Feeney, Pre-Famine Irish in Vermont, 1815-1844, 74 (Summer/Fall 2006): 102-126.

Volumes 72-73

Keith Erekson, The Joseph Smith Memorial Monument and Royalton’s ‘Mormon Affair’: Religion, Community, Memory, and Politics in Progressive Vermont, 73 (Summer/Fall 2005): 118-151.

Volumes 70-71

Michael Sherman, Brickyards and Frameworks: A Retrospectus and Prospectus on Vermont History Writing, 71 (Winter/Spring 2003): 11-45; and Blake Harrison, The Technological Turn: Skiing and Landscape Change in Vermont, 1930-1970, 71 (Summer/Fall 2003): 11-45.

Volumes 67-69

Kenneth Degree, Malfeasance or Theft?: What Really Happened at the Middlebury Branch of the Vermont State Bank?, 68 (Winter/Spring 2000): 5-34.

Volumes 65-66

David E. Narrett, 'I Must Again Remind You that You are a Vermonter': Henry Stevens, Historical Tradition, and Green Mountain State Patriotism in the 1840s, 66 (Summer/Fall 1998): 69-101.

Volume 64

Donald A. Smith, Green Mountain Insurgency: Transformation of New York's Forty-Year Land War, 64 (Fall 1996) part 1, part 2.

Volume 63

Deborah P. Clifford, Abby Hemenway's Road to Rome, 63 (Fall 1995): 197-213.

Volume 62

William A. Haviland and Margory W. Power, A New Look at Vermont's Oldest Art: Understanding the Bellows Falls Petroglyphs, 62 (Fall 1994).

Volume 61

Gene Sessions, Espionage in Windsor: Clarence H. Waldron and Patriotism in World War I, 61 (Summer 1993).

Volume 60

Betsy Beattie, Migrants and Millworkers: The French Canadian Population of Burlington and Colchester, 1860-1870, 60 (Spring 1992).

Volume 59

Kevin Dann, From Degeneration to Regeneration: The Eugenics Survey of Vermont, 1925-1936, 59 (Winter 1991).

Volume 58

Marilyn S. Blackwell, Growing Up Male in the 1830s: Thomas Pickman Tyler (1815-1892) and the Tyler Family of Brattleboro, 58 (Winter 1990): 5-23.

Volume 57

J. Kevin Graffagnino, ’Vermonters Unmasked’: Charles Phelps and the Patterns of Dissent in Revolutionary Vermont, 57 (Summer 1989).

Volume 56

Gary J. Aichele, Making the Vermont Constitution: 1777-1824, 57 (Summer 1988).

Volume 55

Gene Sessions, ’Years of Struggle’: The Irish in the Village of Northfield, 1845-1900, 55 (Spring 1987).

Volume 54

Colin G. Calloway, Green Mountain Diaspora: Indian Population Movements in Vermont, c. 1600-1800, 54 (Fall 1986): 197-228.

Volume 53

Samuel B. Hand, Jeffrey D. Marshall and D. Gregory Sanford, ’Little Republics’: The Structure of State Politics in Vermont, 1854-1920, 53 (Summer 1985).

Volume 52

Colin G. Calloway, The Conquest of Vermont: Vermont’s Indian Troubles in Context, 52 (Summer 1984).

Volume 51

Lorna Quimby and Shepard B. Clough, Peacham, Vermont: Fifty Years of Economic Change, 1929-1979, 51 (Winter 1983).

Volume 50

Kenneth R. Stevens, James Grogan and the Crisis in Canadian-American Relations, 1837-1842, 50 (Fall 1982): 219-226.

Volume 49

Margaret K. Nelson, Vermont Female Schoolteachers in the Nineteenth Century, 49 (Winter 1981).

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