History Press: Book, 'Hidden History of Vermont'
Vermont's history is marked by fierce independence, generosity of spirit and the saga of human life along its steep slopes and fertile valleys. Meet the widow who outwitted Tories and may have spied for the Green Mountain Boys. Encounter the family who gained a national following by summoning spirits. Discover why one governor opposed women's suffrage and how that may have involved spirits of another sort. Visit an island retreat where Harpo Marx cheated at croquet and satirist Dorothy Parker wore nothing but a garden hat. Historian Mark Bushnell offers a glimpse of the Green Mountain State rarely seen.
Publisher: The History Press
Author: Mark Bushnell, Foreword by Tom Slayton
Number of Pages: 176
Number of Images: 53
Dimensions: 6 x 9 Inches (US)
Original publication year: 2017