Frederick Vanderwader (1890-1968)
Frederick Vanderwader – Dummerston
Frederic Franklyn Vanderwader was an American journalist and writer. He was an honorary sergeant in the New York State Troopers. In 1924, he travelled in the West Indies investigating and reporting about rum pirates and Chinese smugglers. He wrote for Harper’s magazine. He wrote short stories for pulp fiction magazines such as Collier’s. List of titles includes: “Glory-hunter; a life of General Custer”,
“Rudyard Kipling’s Vermont feud”, “Horsemen of the law”, “Grey riders; the story of the New York state troopers”, “Wings of the Morning”, 1955
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The Brattleboro Words Project is working with the community to identify specific sites and themes significant to the study of words in Brattleboro and surrounding towns. Research Teams – classrooms/teachers, amateur historians, veterans, writers, artists and other community members — will produce audio segments and other work to be incorporated into audio walking, biking and driving tours tours.
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