Vermont Humanities

Amanda Gustin

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Speakers Bureau

Image of Amanda GustinAmanda Gustin has been the Public Programs Coordinator at the Vermont Historical Society since 2012. Prior to that, she was a researcher at the Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston.

Her favorite moments are when she connects with an audience while explaining or demonstrating history. She has studied military, religious, and women’s history in the medieval period and nineteenth-century America.

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  • Phone: (802) 479-4264

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Talks by Amanda Gustin

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Justin Morgan’s Horse: Making an American Myth

All Morgan horses today trace their lineage back to a single horse: a mystery stallion named Figure, owned by singing teacher Justin Morgan in the late 18th century.

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Vermont vs. Hollywood: 100 Years of Vermont in Film

Amanda Gustin discusses Vermont’s portrayal in Hollywood movies over the past century, reflecting both the state’s and the country’s history.

Vermont Humanities*** June 27, 2016