This Week on Dispatches: Michael Barbieri and the Case for the Champlain Corridor


February 15, 2019
by Editors Also by this Author


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Thank you to all of those who listened to the inaugural episode of our podcast, Dispatches. On this week’s show, host Brady Crytzer interviews long-time JAR contributor and Vermont native Michael Barbieri about the history of his state and the importance of the Champlain Corridor to the course of the American Revolution. Brady poses the question about whether or not a historian’s location influences their research decisions—and what influence that may play in interpretation.

As your host says, “Sit back, relax, and enjoy the interview. . . .”

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