Call Dr. Treat details the development of three generations of veterinary practice and medicine in Manchester Center, Vermont. The practice started with Edwin Treat, and then continued with his son Robert and now his grandson Robert, Jr. Starting with the details of the humble beginnings of veterinary medicine and chronicling the advancement throughout 80 years. Dr.
New author, Phil Stannard is not new to Vermont or Vermont lore. Born in Fair Haven, after World War II, he was molded by an ancestry that settled the town during the Revolution. He still resides on the farm his family settled in the 1770s.
This comprehensive history of the Town of Manchester, Vermont, was originally published in 1961 as a component of the town's Bicentennial celebration; a paperback reprint edition was published in 1981 and again in 2008 by Northshire Bookstore. A family-owned, independent bookstore in Manchester Ctr., VT, since 1976 and Saratoga Springs, NY since 2013.
The story of an extraordinary American city. Fifteen stories, dozens of images and an exclusive timeline of Saratoga Springs and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center are woven together to tell the story of an extraordinary American city.
David Quesnel shares his humorous stories about his childhood growing up on a small farm. Quesnel's stories are light, funny, and nostalgic, as they follow his life through the woods, cow ponds and back roads of rural Vermont.