Sunday, August 21

Freaks, Radicals and Hippies: Counterculture in 1970s Vermont


Members of the Mount Philo commune traveled to Washington to protest the Vietnam War in 1971
"The 1970s in Vermont were a time of radical change in culture, population, politics, and social life. Many of the features that are today considered quintessentially Vermont–its politics, its local food movements, and its offbeat culture–have their origins in this period of recent history. The Vermont Historical Society embarked on a two-year research project to collect, document, and share the history of this influential decade in Vermont. ..."
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