The Bill of Rights and YouA pop-up exhibit from The National Archives Traveling Exhibits Service.
The Bill of Rights and You
The National Archives Traveling Exhibits Service commemorates the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights with The Bill of Rights and You. This pop-up exhibit spotlights one of the most remarkable periods in American history. Sixteen sites in Vermont are hosting this exhibit:
- Bradford Public Library, Bradford
- Currier Memorial School, Danby
- Dover Free Libray, East Dover
- Grafton Historical Society, Grafton
- Ilsley Public Library, Middlebury
- Kimball Public Library, Randolph
- Platt Memorial Library, Shoreham
- Quechee Library, Quechee
- Rockingham Free Public Library, Bellows Falls
- Rutland Free Library, Rutland
- South Londonderry Free Library, South Londonderry
- St. Johnsbury Academy, St. Johnsbury
- Sullivan Museum and History Center, Northfield
- Swanton Public Library, Swanton
- Whiting Library, Chester
- Worcester Historical Society, Worcester
The Bill of Rights and You is organized by the National Archives and Records Administration, and traveled by the National Archives Traveling Exhibits Service (NATES). This exhibition was developed in collaboration with the National Archives’ National Outreach Initiative to commemorate the 225th Anniversary of the Bill of Rights. The exhibition is presented in part by AT&T, Seedlings Foundation, and the National Archives Foundation and in collaboration with the Federation of State Humanities Councils.
Setting up the exhibit
Community Programs Coordinator Michael Dougherty sets up one of The Bill of Rights and You exhibits in our office…in about 15 seconds!