Historian Jill Mudgett tells the story of an Indigenous man from southern New England who came to central Vermont during the late-19th century and was the victim of a murder. Recreating community connections in a rural Vermont hill town, this story is about poverty, racism, disability, and gendered violence against women, but is also an account of Indigenous movement and choice despite great obstacles.
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Murder in the Vermont Woods: A Story About Race, Class, and Gender in the 19th Century
February 7 @ 7:00 pm