The story of Shelburne Farms is told via the lives of a collection of small family farmers on Shelburne Point in Shelburne to its 19th century transformation as a model agricultural estate. The 1,400-acre working farm is now an environmental education center and a National Historic Landmark. Author Erica Donnis, a former curator at the site, spent years gathering the history of the original farm owners and the establishing of Shelburne Farms in the mid-1880.

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