Check out this story about Early African American settlers in Hinesburg, VT. Folks who fought in the War of 1812, raised sheeps and cows, and sold their goods in Hinesburg Village! How do we share the rich history of Vermont with our students? How do we access stories that are often left out, forgotten, or silenced?
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