William Apess

William Apess

William Apess William Apess – Minister, Writer, and Activist  William Apess (1798–1839), writer, minister and human rights advocate, was born in Colrain, Massachusetts, is memorialized with an historic marker at the site of the town’s Griswold Memorial Library...
Research & Contributions from Jessica Dolan, Ph.D

Research & Contributions from Jessica Dolan, Ph.D

Research & Contributions from Jessica Dolan, Ph.D Thanks to funding from New England Grassroots Fund and the National Endowment for the Humanities, Jessica M. Dolan provided research for the Brattleboro Words Project. Below are the results of her research and her...
Putney Great Meadows (K’tsi Mskodak)

Putney Great Meadows (K’tsi Mskodak)

PUTNEY GREAT MEADOWS (K’TSI MSKODAK) A Brattleboro Words Trail Site The Great Meadows in Putney, Vermont at twilight. Courtesy Rich Holschuh. A Land Acknowledgement Like every place in the United States, Brattleboro was built on stolen land, and the European...
Retreat Farm & Meadows

Retreat Farm & Meadows

RETREAT FARM & MEADOWS A Brattleboro Words Trail Site A birds-eye view of the Retreat Meadows at sunset.  A Land Acknowledgement Like every place in the United States, Brattleboro was built on stolen land, and the European settlers who came here during the...
Wantastiquet Mountain

Wantastiquet Mountain

WANTASTIQUET MOUNTAIN A Brattleboro Words Trail Site A Land Acknowledgement Like every place in the United States, Brattleboro was built on stolen land, and the European settlers who came here during the colonial period did everything they could to drive out the...