vermont historical society link HISTORY PROJECT LINK INFORMATION LINK


Williston PROJECT
HOME PAGE
Presentations
June 2004
Williston History Tours
October 2004
Kick off Celebration
January 2005
Research
January 2005
Script Writing
February 2005
Play Production
March 2005
Play Performance
April 2005
Montpelier Celebration
May 2005
Vermont History Expo
June 2005
Contact Info & Links

Spring 2004 Presentations

smallwood photo
Thomas Chittenden biographer Frank Smallwood points to a map of New England during his presentation on Thomas Chittenden.

In early May 2004, local experts came to Phoenix House and gave presentations about Williston's past for our Community History Project

  • Archaeologist Doug Fink showed us a PowerPoint about Williston's earliest inhabitants.
  • Dr Frank Smallwood talked about Thomas Chittenden and who he was, where he lived, and what he did.
  • Richard Allen spoke about the Geography of Williston and the History of North Williston.
  • Ruth Painter led a discussion about the History of Recreation in Williston.
  • Ginger Isham and Karen Hennig taught us about the collections and resources available to us to research.

This gave us some background information about our local history and potential topics to research for our play.

Archaeologist Douglas Frink explains where the first Native Americans were located in Vermont.
frink photo
Williston Historical Society president Ginger Isham presents to the students on historical society resources and artifacts.
isham photo