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An Illustrated Guide to the Oldest People, Things and Places in Vermont 

Published July 10, 2024 at 10:00 a.m.

The original print version of this article was headlined "The Oldest in Vermont"

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About The Authors

Dan Nott

Dan Nott

Bio:

Nott is an artist, cartoonist and educator living in the Upper Valley. His debut nonfiction graphic novel, Hidden Systems: Water, Electricity, the Internet, and the Secrets Behind the Systems We Use Every Day, was long-listed for a National Book Award and won the 2023 Vermont Book Award in Children's Literature. Dan was the lead cartoonist on the civics comic books This Is What Democracy Looks Like: A Graphic Guide to Governance and Freedom and Unity: A Graphic Guide to Civics and Democracy in Vermont. Both were published by the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, where he teaches. Learn more at dannott.com.

Ken Picard

Ken Picard

Bio:
Ken Picard has been a Seven Days staff writer since 2002. He has won numerous awards for his work, including the Vermont Press Association's 2005 Mavis Doyle award, a general excellence prize for reporters.

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