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The first documented use of the word Vermont is dated April 11, 1777. On that day, in Philadelphia, Thomas Young addressed a broadside "To the Inhabitants of Vermont, a Free and Independent State."  All evidence points to .... (read more)
The slides for the second half of this outstanding class are here.
If you are hunting for that elusive Vermont ancestor and your searches keep coming up empty maybe you haven't gotten on-board with a new tool on our website? .... (read more)
Recording from "Genealogy Educational Opportunities", "How to Find That Missing Anchestor" and "Basic Genetic Genealogy" are now available.
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The parish history from our repertoires are now available at
All of our issues are posted online in the members only section with a search engine to help you with your research. Read LINKS here.
The per records fee for Baptism and Marriage lookups for members is temporarily being waived. We hope this will be an aid to those members who are remote for the physical library.Search the records here.
The Library is the home of the Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society (VT-FCGS) and its extensive collection of records related to French-Canadian immigrants to Vermont. VT-FCGS publishes it's journal LINKS twice a year, supports Franco-American heritage events and has a substantial collection of books, journals and vital records related to Quebec, eastern Ontario and the maritime provinces of Canada. The Vermont Genealogy Library is a registered tradename of the VT-FCGS.
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