Historically Speaking

…and its activities. Jim Proctor was the leader of the Rutland Camp for the last few years prior to becoming state commander. Other camps are in Montpelier and Chelsea, Vermont….

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Other Web Links

…serve as a common link for globally located Welsh genealogical researchers.   Rutland City Downtown Rutland Partnership Rutland Chamber of Commerce Rutland City Rutland Community Access TV Rutland Free Library…

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Membership Drive Raffle – 2018

RUTLAND IN RETROSPECT RAFFLE! ENDED DECEMBER 1, 2018. Winners to be announced soon! Welcome! Rutland Historical Society’s Membership Drive has been created to coincide with our 50th Anniversary in 2019….

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Support Us

a few ways you can help us fulfill our goals, and give back to our community near and far: Become a member. By becoming a voting member of the society,…

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Newsletters

…2015 Vol.22 No.3 Sept. 2015 Vol.22 No.4 Dec. 2015 Vol. 23 No.1 April 2016 Vol.23 No.2 Aug. 2016 Vol.23 No.3 Sept. 2016 Vol.23 No.4 Dec. 2016 Vol.24 No.1 Mar. 2017…

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Proudly Serving Rutland County Since August 6, 1969 Search: Support Us Become a Member Today TREASURER WANTED Due to unforeseen circumstances, our Treasurer position is now open. If you are…

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Beers Map (1884)

…of Businesses in Rutland Rutland Town Rutland City-Northeast Rutland City-Northwest Rutland City-Southeast Rutland City-Southwest Downtown Rutland Center Rutland West Rutland (v. 2.0 – July 2009)©2009 Rutland Historical Society – www.rutlandhistory.com

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