Publishing Program

Photo of the Dresden Press, brought to Vermont in 1778, and part of the VHS collections.

The Vermont Historical Society is committed to being the statewide leader in publishing about Vermont history. To that end, the Society publishes a scholarly journal, Vermont History, and occasional books. Books published by the VHS can be ordered from the online store or purchased at the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier. A limited selection of books is also available at the Book Nook at the Vermont History Center in Barre.

Recent Books


The VHS will consider any book proposal or manuscript that addresses a significant topic in Vermont history. We are interested in publishing books for a general audience as well as books written for specific audiences, including students and scholars. VHS is also interested in the possibilities of electronic, web-based publishing. For more information or to submit a book proposal or manuscript, please contact:

Alan Berolzheimer
Publishing Program Director
(802) 649-2857


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