Archival Records

Search Results:

  • Vermont. Governor.
    Court of Confiscations, 1778-1780.
    Series ID: A-289 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: 2.5 linear inches (1 volume) Access: Open
    Scope: Series consists of the proceedings of the Court of Confiscations. The court was created by the Governor and Council in March, 1778 to "assertain the particular estates to be confiscated and sold for the purpose of supplying the treasury". The court seized and sold the property of persons loyal to the British government who owned property in Vermont. The state archives has records relating to the Court of Confiscations within many different series, particularly in the Manuscript Vermont State Papers and the records of the Council of Safety. Mary Greene Nye compiled all known records of Vermont confiscations in "Sequestration, Confiscation and Sale of Estates" (State Papers of Vermont, volume VI). (The volume also contains "Sundry Charters Granted by the State of Vermont", which is part of record series A-316).
  • Vermont. Governor.
    Federal Acts and Resolves, 1791 - 1793.
    Series ID: A-005 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: .4 cubic foot. Access: Open
    Scope: Series consists of federal acts sent to Vermont by Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson. Included is an act regulating the number of representatives for Vermont and Kentucky. The original letters of transmittal, signed by Jefferson, are in Manuscript Vermont State Papers, volume 24, p. 37.
    Click here for Related Finding Aids
  • Vermont. Governor.
    Governor's correspondence, 1906-1977.
    Series ID: SE-029 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: 243 microfilm reels. Access: Open
    Scope: Consists of filmed copies of governor's records.
  • Vermont. Governor.
    Governors' records, 1865-1886.
    Series ID: A-190 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: 2.5 linear inches. Access: Open
    Scope: Series consists of transfer copies of outgoing letters of various governors and / or their secretaries of civil and military affairs, and of one secretary of state (George Nichols). Included are letters from Samuel Burnham, Paul Dillingham, William P. Dillingham, Charles M. Gay, John W. Marsh, George S. Nichols, Ebenezer J. Ormsbee, John B. Page, Asahel G. Peck, Samuel E. Pingree, Fletcher D. Proctor, Redfield G. Proctor, Harry P. Stimson, Peter T. Washburn, and Alfred E. Watson. There are also four incoming letters to Governor Peck from the U.S. Department of State.
    Click here for Related Finding Aids
  • Vermont. Governor.
    Vermont governor's executive records, 1791-1977.
    Series ID: A-189 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: 14.8 cubic feet; 4 oversize folders. Access: Open
    Scope: Series consists of governors' pardons, proclamations, appointments, and executive orders. Beginning with Governor Snelling's administration in 1977, the executive records are kept with the individual governor's records.
This page was last updated: 2015-11-30