The Landscape Change Program at the University of Vermont is a virtual collection of images that documents 200 years of Vermont's changing face. It includes thousands of views of Vermont as it was and as it is, online and free to everyone.
From 1793 to 1961, Rokeby was home to four generations of Robinsons — a remarkable family of Quakers, farmers, abolitionists, artists, and authors. Today, the Robinson family’s home is a National Historic Landmark, designated for its exceptional Underground Railroad history.
The Stewart-Swift Research Center houses and provides access to over two centuries of primary source materials documenting the history of Addison County and other Vermont locales. The collection comprises close to 1,000 linear feet of manuscripts; over 4,000 books and pamphlets; almost a complete run of local newspapers since 1801; over 500 maps; and thousands of photographs, ephemera, and other materials.