Peacham Patriot, Fall 2016 coverThe Peacham Patriot

The Peacham Patriot, PHA’s newsletter, is published twice a year. It contains news about PHA and its activities, articles on Peacham’s history, and excerpted interviews from the oral history project. It is distributed free of charge to PHA members. Click here for a membership application.

Copies of past issues of The Peacham Patriot can be downloaded from this website. Please use the links below.

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Peacham History

Peacham, Vermont Historical Association
Dedication of the Peacham Anthology with Ed Brown’s wife, Beppy, at left.

Peacham, The Story of a Vermont Hill Town by Ernest L. Bogart.   Referring to the collections of Peacham history by Miss Jane E. Cowles, and utilizing the bequest of Jenny C. Watts, Mr. Bogart was able to publish this magnificent history for the town.

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The Peacham Anthology is a collection of writings about the village of Peacham, VT, published by the Peacham Historical Association in 2004.  The Peacham Anthology compiles over 40 articles spanning subjects such as The Civil War, blacksmithing, poetry, religion, politics, education, country life, farming and tourism.  The anthology is a fantastic keepsake of New England History.

This book is dedicated to former PHA president, Ed Brown

People of Peacham by Jennie Chamberlin Watts and Elsie A. Choate, published by the Vermont Historical Society in 1965. This is another key publication which summarizes the vast family histories in Peacham.


Historic Homes

Historic Homes of Peacham was prepared by members of the Historic Homes Committee:Deanne Alex, JoAnne and Ronald Crisman, Mary Ellen Reis, Marceya Roy, Joanne Schuyler and Jutta Scott; and compiled and edited by Jutta R. Scott, December 2007. This book features historic homes and buildings in Peacham, Vermont built before 1900. We were pleased to receive the 2008 Excellence in Publications award from the Vermont Historical Society  for this publication.

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Peacham and the Civil War

A Vermont Hill Town in the Civil War: Peacham’s Story Jutta R. Scott and Michelle Arnosky Sherburne, eds. With an Essay by Lynn A. Bonfield. Illustrated, maps, notes, bibliography. 218 pages, May 2012. This publication presents a comprehensive history of Peacham in the Civil War and records the contributions and sacrifices of Peacham’s soldiers and families. The book features previously unpublished letters, diaries, personal recollections, and a rich array of period photographs and images.

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Exhibition Catalogs and Handouts

PHA often produces informational publications associated with exhibits and programs.