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New Book Explores The History Of Franklin County, Vt.

A view of turning leaves along Rugg Road in Fletcher.
Elodie Reed
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A new book explores the history of Franklin County. Shown here, fall foliage starts to turn on Rugg Road, in the Franklin Co. town of Fletcher.

Bordering Canada and Lake Champlain, Franklin County has a rich economic, cultural and military history. This hour, we talk with historian Jason Barney about his new book Hidden History of Franklin County, Vermont, which explores many of these themes and reveals an intriguing piece of Vermont's past. Our guest is:

  • Jason Barney, historian and author of Hidden History of Franklin County, Vermont

Broadcast live on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at noon; rebroadcast at 7 p.m.

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