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Virtual Vermonter - Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History

The Middlebury-based Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History's primary aim is to facilitate "... an understanding of regional Vermont history through sharing with the community a wealth of objects and written materials which document the history of Middlebury, Addison County, and Vermont." It tells the story of the region's industrial history through numerous collections and changing exhibits, and sponsors educational programs, a summer concert and other activities (see their Website for more information). The Museum was chartered in 1882 and is broken down physically into three parts: the Judd-Harris House, the Walter Cerf Gallery and the Stewart-Swift Research Center.

The Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History is located on 1 Park Street in Middlebury, and can be reached at 802-388-2117.

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