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Records and histories of minorities and ethnic groups may provide clues to immigrant origins, migration information and previous residences. See United States Minorities for further sources on ethnic, racial and religious groups.
You can find information on minority groups in most of the same records as other groups. Start your research in the same resources you would search for non-minority groups. The records listed in this section provide information about specific groups in Vermont.
- Daughters of the American Revolution. National Society. Minority Military Service, New Hampshire, Vermont, 1775–1783. Washington, D.C. : National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1991. FHL book 974 M2m
- DeMarce, Virginia Easley. Notebook, French Canadian Settlement in the Champlain Islands, Grand Isle County, Vermont, before the year 1880. Arlington, Virginia: Mrs. James L. DeMarce, 1988. FHL book 974.312 D2d 1988; film 1698074, item 4; 1985 edition on FHL fiche 6126290. Arranged alphabetically by surname, this book contains genealogies of French-Canadian families in Grand Isle County, Vermont. It also mentions descendants who lived outside the county.
Other records of minorities in Vermont can be found in the FamilySearch Catalog by using a Place-name Search under Vermont - Minorities.
Bandel, Betty. Satisfaction Brought it Back - In Vermont History News - Vol. 30 (Nov./Dec. 1979) ; p 91-92 F46.V5
Bandel, Betty. Social History in the Land Records. - In Vermont History News - Vol 30 (Sept./Oct. 1979);p.72-73 F46.V5
Davis, Sharon Carbonti. Vermont's Adopted Sons and Daughters. - In Vermont History. Vol. 31 (Apr. 1963); p. 122-127 F46. V55
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