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Vermont Women of Color

African Americans 

Beck, Jane C. On my own: the traditions of Daisy Turner; a teacher’s guide. Montpelier, Vt. Vermont Folklife Center, 1986.

Beck, Jane C., and Richard Sweterlitsch. On my own: the traditions of Daisy Turner. Vermont Folklife Center, 1985. Videotape.

Davis, Sharon Carbonti. "Vermont's Adopted Sons and Daughters." Vermont History 31 (1963): 122-127.

Fairbanks, Henry G. "Slavery and the Vermont Clergy." Vermont History 27 (1959): 305-312. Sister St. Mary Magdalen (nee Eliza Healy) at the convent Villa Barlow, St. Albans, Vt.

Kaplan, Sidney. The black presence in the era of the American Revolution 1770-1800. Greenwich, Ct.: New York Graphic Society, 1973. Lucy Terry Prince of Guilford, Vt., pp. 209-211.

Katz, Bernard and Jonathan. Black woman: a fictionalized biography of Lucy Terry Prince. New York: Pantheon Books, 1973.

Native Americans

 

 

 

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