Rokeby Museum in the Media

The Rokeby Museum & Retiring Director, Jane WilliamsonAUDIO
WCAX — November, 2017

Slayton: Rokeby Museum — Black History in VermontAUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — October, 2017

Treading in the Steps of Abolitionists at Vermont’s Rokeby Museum
Vermont State Homes — October, 2017

What’s The History of the Underground Railroad in Vermont?AUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — October, 2017

Yet Another Reason to Visit Vermont
Historians Against Slavery — September, 2017

History Space: Radical Abolition in Vermont
Burlington Free Press — September, 2017

Art Hounds: Puppets, Shape-Note Singing and Tin TypesAUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — August 2017

New Exhibit Focuses on AbolitionistsAUDIO
WCAX — August 2017

The End of An Era at Rokeby
Rutland Herald — July 2017

Upcoming Rokeby Exhibit to Showcase Photos of Abolitionists
Addison Independent — July 2017

“Picturing Frederick Douglass” presentation Sunday at Rokeby Museum
Shelburne News — July 2017

Longtime Director of Rokeby Museum to Step Down
Seven Days — July 2017

Black Lives Matter Forum at Rokeby Museum
Shelburne News — June 2017

10 Vermont Staycation Ideas
Burlington Free Press — April, 2017

Williamson: Echoes Of 1850 — CommentaryAUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — March, 2017

Opinion: Echoes of 1850 — Editorial
Burlington Free Press — February, 2017

Hidden History: Rokeby MuseumAUDIO — February 2017


You Have To Write It Up. Clemmons Family Farm and the Rokeby MuseumAUDIO
Clemmons Family Farm — November 2016

Since May, 10 ‘Black Lives Matter’ Signs Stolen From Rokeby Museum
Seven Days — October 2016

Featured Exhibits — Quaker Made
Maine Antiques Digest — September 2016

Timeless Quaker-Made Furniture at Rokeby Museum
Seven Days — August 2016

Quaker Furniture Exhibit at Rokeby
Vermont Maturity Magazine — July/August 2016

The Smallest State Has a Rich History of Furniture Makers
The New York Times — July 2016

Museum’s Black Lives Matter Signs Stir Discussion
Burlington Free Press — July 2016

Rokeby Wins Top Award for its Book
Addison Independent — June 2016 


Art Hounds: Puppets, Farm Drawings & Gypsy Jazz AUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — September 2015

15,000 Letters from an Abolitionist Family Offer Vast Opportunities for Research
Middlebury College — September 2015

Local Family Donates Runaway Slave Letters
The Middlebury Campus — September 2015

History Space: Ferrisburgh’s natural-born artist
Burlington Free Press — July 2015

Reading Frederick Douglass AUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — July 2015

Rowland Robinson Drawings Show Life on the 19th-Century Farm
Seven Days — July 2015

Rokeby Museum: Historic Home of the Abolitionist Robinson Family
Vermont Woman — June 2015

Vermont farm drawings, circa 1800s, coming to Rokeby
The Addison Eagle — May 2015

Discover Black Vermont: The African-American Heritage Trail
Ebony Magazine — April 2015

African American History Month at Rokeby Museum AUDIO
ABC Local 22 — February 2015

Return to Silver Fields
Yankee Magazine — January 2015 


Traveling the Underground Railroad to Vermont
Destination VT — September 2014

Rokeby Museum rich in Underground Railroad history
Burlington Free Press — August 2014

Williamson: Douglass in Vermont AUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — July 2014

Art Hounds: Paper, Pen & Postcards AUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — July 2014

Art Review: ‘Rachael’s New York Postcards at 100,’ Rokeby Museum
Seven Days — July 2014

Public Space: Vermont artist’s famous cards
Burlington Free Press — June 2014

Rokeby Museum hosts iconic NY postcard exhibit
Shelburne News — June 2014

Rokeby Museum Wins 2014 AASLH Award Of Merit
VT Digger — June 2014

Rokeby to exhibit 100-year-old NYC postcards by Vt. artist
Addison Independent — June 2014

Rachael’s New York postcards turn 100
The Addison Eagle — May 2014

Williamson For Women’s History Month: Rachael Robinson Elmer AUDIO
Vermont Public Radio — March 2014