Vermont Ski Museum

Contact Name: Meredith Scott
Contact Title: Director/Curator
Physical Address: One South Main Street, Stowe, Vermont 05672
Mailing Address: PO Box 1511, Stowe, Vermont 05672
Phone Number: 802-253-9911
Fax Number: 802-253-2616
Email: info@vermontskimuseum.org
Website: http://www.vermontskimuseum.org

Facility:
Year round facility with long term and rotating exhibits dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating Vermont’s skiing history.

Collections:

Oral history: Collecting oral histories annually, most with transcripts
Artifacts/Objects: Range of artifacts, clothing, memorabilia
Buildings: 1818 Old Town Hall, renovated in 2002
Documents: letters, brochures, maps, catalogs
Historic images: mostly scanned in images

Internship Opportunities:
Title: Educational Programming Development
Description: Develop educational programming for both students and teachers.  This could be done anytime and not necessarily on-site at the Museum.

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Enosburgh Historical Society

Contact Name: Janice Geraw, Co-President, Barbara Hayes, Co-President
Mailing Address: PO Box 98, Enosburgh Falls, VT 05450
Phone Number: 802-933-2102 or 802-933-2120
Fax Number: None
Email: janice_ellen21@comcast.net
Facility: The museum in the old train depot along with a caboose on a track nearby with Enosburgh related materials.

Collections:
The collection contains oral history, artifacts, buildings, documents and historic images.

Student Educational Programs:

Title: Introduction to Enosburgh History
Description: Visit to the elementary school to talk about Enosburgh history and have the children visit the museum and have a scavenger hunt.
Age of Participants: 3rd grade
Location of Program: Elementary 

Internship Opportunities:
Description: Assessment of artifacts
Dates:
Location: Museum

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Hinesburg Historical Society

Contact Name: Maggie Gordon
Contact Title:
Secretary
Physical Address: none
Mailing Address: PO Box 453, Hinesburg, Vermont 05461
Phone Number: 802-482-4216
Fax Number: None
Email: hhs@gmavt.net
Website: http://www.hinesburghistoricalsociety.org
Facility: Digital archive (located on the Community School server)

Collections:
Oral history: 20-30 oral interviews conducted between 1976-present
Documents: Maps, letters, land records, postcards
Historic images: 100s of photographic images

Student Educational Programs:
Title: Community part of local history unit
Description: Historical Society members speak to students about local history
Age of Participants: 1st and 2nd grade
Location of Program: Hinesburg Community School


Educational Programs for Educators:

Title: Orientation to Hinesburg history for teachers
Description: Contact Hinesburg Historical Society

Internship Opportunities:
Description: Help organize the collection on our archive and develop curriculum materials for teachers
Dates: Anytime
Location: Hinesburg Community School

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Richmond Historical Society

Contact Name: Frances Thomas
Contact Title:
President
Physical Address: 25 Old Round Church Road, Richmond, Vermont 05477
Mailing Address: PO Box 453, Richmond, Vermont 05477
Phone Number: 802-434-3654
Fax Number: None
Email: RHS@oldroundchurch.com
Website: http://www.oldroundchurch.com
Facility: Sixteen-sided meetinghouse built between 1812 and 1814

Collections:
Oral history: Interviews with local residents about everyday life in town
Artifacts/Objects: Small number of objects
Buildings: Old Round Church
Documents: Genealogical records, town reports, newspaper clippings, letters
Historic images: Large collection of 19th and 20th-century photographs depicting the  landscapes and buildings in Richmond

Student Educational Programs:
Title: Guided tours of Richmond Village and the Old Round Church
Description: Programs can be designed to meet the needs of educators with their assistance.
Age of Participants: K-12
Location of Program: Richmond Village and Old Round Church


Educational Programs for Educators:

Title: Orientation to Richmond History for Educators
Description: Historical Society members provide an orientation to Richmond history and its historical resources.

Internship Opportunities:
Title: Contact the Society’s President for details
Description:
Dates:
Location:

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Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History

Contact Name: Jan Albers
Contact Title: Executive Director
Physical Address: 1 Park Street, Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Mailing Address: 1 Park Street, Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Phone Number: 802-388-2117
Fax Number: 802-388-2112
Email: albers@henrysheldonmuseum.org
Website: http://www.henrysheldonmuseum.org

Facility:
* The Judd-Harris House, built in 1829, showcases a wealth of objects depicting small town life in nineteenth century Vermont.
* The Stewart-Swift Research Center houses one of Vermont’s premier archival collections, documenting the history of Middlebury, Addison County, and Vermont.
* The Walter Cerf Gallery hosts changing exhibits throughout the year.

Collections:

Oral history:
Artifacts/Objects: Primarily 18th and 19th-century Vermont owned or made domestic objects
Buildings: 1829 brick federal home once occupied
Documents: thousands of primary documents and antique books
Historic images: maps and thousands of 19th and 20th-century photographs

Student Educational Programs:
Title: 18 Learning Kits, 3 Outreach Programs, and Museum Tours
Description: Programs cover a wide range of topics from the pre-contact era to early 20th-century Vermont history
Age of Participants: K-12 programs
Location of Program: Henry Sheldon Museum or outreach programs at schools
Website link: http://www.henrysheldonmuseum.org/education.html

Educational Programs for Educators:
Title: Henry Sheldon Museum Orientation for Teachers
Description: Learn how to use the Sheldon Museum’s resources with your students through group activities.

Internship Opportunities:
Title: Westward from Vermont: A Learning Kit
Description: Help the Sheldon Museum education staff create a new learning kit focused on the westward migration of Vermonters during the 19th century.
Dates: 1/1/2011-7/31/2010
Location: Henry Sheldon Museum

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