Vermont’s Immigration History - Vermont Public Radio

Nina Keck and Sam Gale Rosen, “Vermont’s Immigration History,” Vermont Public Radio, August 9, 2016. “As debate continues over Syrian refugees resettling in Rutland, we’re taking a look at the history of immigration into Vermont. We’ll look at waves of immigration into the state throughout the past centuries, and how the pre-existing population has received new Vermonters: Irish, French Canadians, Jews, and more. And we’ll talk about how immigration is tied to internal debates about our identity as a state.”