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Closed state and federal holidays; see Holidays & Special Hours below or call (802) 479-8500 for specific dates.
 
Closed state and federal holidays; see Holidays & Special Hours below or call (802) 479-8500 for specific dates.
 
<h3>Genealogy Resources</h3>
 
<h3>Genealogy Resources</h3>
'''Online Catalog'''
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'''Online Catalog'''<br>
 
Search the [http://catalog.vermonthistory.org/vhsweb2/tramp2.exe/log_in?setting_key=vhs online catalog] for family genealogies.  Also check the card catalog in Leahy Library on site for family genealogies that are not listed in the online catalog.
 
Search the [http://catalog.vermonthistory.org/vhsweb2/tramp2.exe/log_in?setting_key=vhs online catalog] for family genealogies.  Also check the card catalog in Leahy Library on site for family genealogies that are not listed in the online catalog.
 
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'''Town Histories'''
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'''Town Histories'''<br>
 
You will also find [https://vermonthistory.org/research/genealogy/genealogy-research-at-the-vhs#town-histories Vermont town histories] in the [http://catalog.vermonthistory.org/vhsweb2/tramp2.exe/log_in?setting_key=vhs online catalog].  Many town histories include genealogical information.<br>
 
You will also find [https://vermonthistory.org/research/genealogy/genealogy-research-at-the-vhs#town-histories Vermont town histories] in the [http://catalog.vermonthistory.org/vhsweb2/tramp2.exe/log_in?setting_key=vhs online catalog].  Many town histories include genealogical information.<br>
 
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'''Vital Records and Cemetery Records'''
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'''Vital Records and Cemetery Records'''<br>
 
The following vital records and cemetery records are available through the Vermont Historical Society:
 
The following vital records and cemetery records are available through the Vermont Historical Society:
 
* Index of Vermont vital records up to 1870<br>
 
* Index of Vermont vital records up to 1870<br>
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* Burial Grounds of Vermont (1991)<br>
 
* Burial Grounds of Vermont (1991)<br>
 
* Men with military service buried in Vermont (WPA)<br><br>
 
* Men with military service buried in Vermont (WPA)<br><br>
'''Genealogical Reference Books'''
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'''Genealogical Reference Books'''<br>
 
These helpful resources will help you with researching Vermonters:   
 
These helpful resources will help you with researching Vermonters:   
 
See [https://vermonthistory.org/research/genealogy/genealogy-research-at-the-vhs#genealogical-reference-books Genealogy Reference Books].
 
See [https://vermonthistory.org/research/genealogy/genealogy-research-at-the-vhs#genealogical-reference-books Genealogy Reference Books].

Revision as of 06:13, 8 May 2014

Contact Information

Vermont Historical Society
Mailing Address:
Vermont History Center
60 Washington Street
Barre, Vermont 05641-4209

Telephone:(802) 479-8500
Fax:(802) 479-8510
Email: vhs-info@state.vt.us

Hours:
Monday–Friday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Closed state and federal holidays; see Holidays & Special Hours below or call (802) 479-8500 for specific dates.

Genealogy Resources

Online Catalog
Search the online catalog for family genealogies. Also check the card catalog in Leahy Library on site for family genealogies that are not listed in the online catalog.

Town Histories
You will also find Vermont town histories in the online catalog. Many town histories include genealogical information.

Vital Records and Cemetery Records
The following vital records and cemetery records are available through the Vermont Historical Society:

  • Index of Vermont vital records up to 1870
  • Index to Known Cemetery Listings in Vermont (1999)
  • Burial Grounds of Vermont (1991)
  • Men with military service buried in Vermont (WPA)

Genealogical Reference Books
These helpful resources will help you with researching Vermonters: See Genealogy Reference Books.