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'Interpreting the Interstates' 

When: Oct. 29-April 26 2014
Phone: 802-479-8500
A new exhibit at the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier puts a different spin on “my way or the highway.” Black-and-white archival photographs taken between 1958 and 1978 chronicle the construction of I-89 through Vermont, one of the last states to get the thoroughfare we now take for granted. Before its completion, Vermont was a very different place. “Interpreting the Interstates,” produced by the Landscape Change Program at the University of Vermont, examines how the road changed not just Vermont’s landscape but its culture. Through April 26, 2014.
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