Publications of the Glover Historical Society

All publications can be purchased at the Glover Town Clerk’s office, 51 Bean Hill Rd, Glover, VT 05839 or ordered at PO Box 208, Glover, VT  05839.  Call 525-6212 if you have questions.

Run, Chamberlain, Run. The Story of Runaway Pond written for children and illustrated by Daniel Cummings, Sr. 2004. 24 pp. $10.00 plus $2.00 p&h (or the book may be purchased at the Town Clerk’s office for $10.00)

Mother and Daughter: Two Diaries of Glover, Vermont Girls. The diaries of Edith Francena Aldrich (1894) and Edith Alexander (1922), complied and annotated by Joan Alexander. Profusely illustrated. 2004. 8 1/2” X 11”. 176 pp. $12.00 plus $5.00 p&h, or the book is also available at the Town Clerk’s office without the p&h charge.

Westlook Cemetery. Gravestone Inscriptions & Other Genealogical Data. Researched & compiled by Dick Brown, with major additional research by Jean M. Borland. Over 2,100 entries. 2002. 8 1/2” X 11”, 230 pp. Spiral bound. $20.00. ($2.00 discount for Historical Society members.) Please add $5.00 for postage and handling. Note the book may be bought at the Glover Town Clerk’s Office without payment of $5.00 p&h.

Town of Glover E-911 Map. Geographically accurate map with road names and house numbers. 2004. 18” X 24” size $10.00 plus $1.50 shipping and handling. 24” X 36” size $15.00 plus $2.50 shipping and handling. Note that the maps may be bought at the Glover Town Clerk’s Office without payment of the p&h charge.

Andersonville: The first 100 years. Compiled and edited by Jeannine B. Young. 2004. 8 1/2” X 11”, 202 pp. Spiral bound. Over 200 photos, charts, maps, diaries, genealogies, letters form Scotland, a history of Andersonville School, histories of the lots and some of its people, and Andersonville Cemetery gravestone inscriptions. $28.00 plus $5.00 shipping and handling. Also available for purchase at the Glover Town Clerk’s Office without the p&h charge.

Prices quoted for the following publications include p&h charges.

Runaway Pond: The Complete Story. A Compilation of Resources by Wayne H. Alexander. 2001. 8 1/2X 11”, 90 pp., illustrated. Spiral bound. The nearest thing to a complete collection of contemporary newspaper accounts and other material relating to the 1810 event. $20.00

Memories of Glover: Reminiscences of a Mid-Nineteenth Century Vermont Village. Letters for the Rev. Benjamin Brunning published by the Orleans County Monitor in 1907. 2000. 5 1/2” X 8 1/2”, 32 pp., illustrated. $10.00.

Glover, Vermont Federal Census for the Years 1800-1810-1820-1830-1840 with index, transcribed and edited by Wayne H. Alexander. 2000. 8 1/2” X 11”, 46pp. Spiral Bound $20.00.

Glover, Vermont 1850 Federal Census with Index, transcribed and edited by Wayne H. Alexander. 1999. 8 1/2” X 11”, 44pp. Spiral bound. $20.00.

The Union House of Glover, Vermont. By Marguerite Bean Fiske, with additional text and notes by others. 1999. 7” X 8 1/2”, 40pp., illustrated. A history, from the stagecoach days of the mid-19th century to the present, of what is now the Union House Nursing Home. $6.00.

History of the Town of Glover, 1783-1983. Originally published by the Glover Bicentennial Committee in 1983; reprinted by Glover Historical Society in 1992. 8 1/2” X 11”, 140 pp. Illustrated. $20.00.  index History of the town of Glover, Vermont

Slab City/South Glover- A Busy Hamlet, Now Vanished  By Joan Alexander, Connie Ashe & Jack Sumberg 2016  8 1/2 X 11, Perfect Bound, 371 pp with over 300 illustrations and photos $25 plus $6 shipping.  Read about the fascinating history of this once bustling logging community at the outlet of Shadow Lake, then Stone’s Pond.



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