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BHS Podcast - First Peoples, Part II, with Rich Holschuh


Rich Holschuh serves on the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs and spends his nights and weekends investigating the story of Brattleboro and its peoples, dating to a time 12,000 years before William Brattle was even a twinkle...

In this podcast, Rich talks about his work uncovering the history of Brattleboro's first peoples and reconnecting modern peoples to that heritage.

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Before Brattle

And Brattle didn't even come here... (He missed out, in my estimation).

 
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The Tory blackguard!

The Tory blackguard!

 
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Wm. Brattle notwithstanding

Thank you Reggie for posting this - I hope others found it as interesting as I do. As to the understanding of our namesake's notable corporeal absence from this place, I am working on a little research which may suggest otherwise. Stay tuned...

 

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