“The collection contains wall maps, city plans, and atlas sheets published between 1830-1890, a period when Burlington became the largest city in Vermont and a center of commerce and industry […]
Maps are a great resource for historical research – especially for those studying Vermont history. Some maps demonstrate changes in landscape; others offer insight into the history of town names and land boundaries. There are also maps of individual counties or towns with information about every single house or building and the name of the […]
The University of Vermont’s Landscape Change Program database is an “online archive of historic landscape imagery.” Currently offering thousands of images, the database is keyword searchable – or see how the landscape has changed in your own town by simply clicking on the map provided.
Here’s a photo of […]
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