Twilight, Alexander Lucius, 1795-1857
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
"Another Painter," Middlebury College News Letter
Articles about Twilight's sermons, 2002
Biographical materials compiled by Greg Hileman, 1936-1959
Biographical materials compiled by Greg Hileman from 1973 to 1974. Contents include the general catalog entry (1950), holograph of Pearson's 1853 edition, an entry from Hemenway's Gazeteer, an article from The Vermonter (1929), an article from the Middlebury College Newsletter (Spring 1936), an article from the Newsletter (Spring 1959), and copies of Twilight's signature from church records.
Bowler, Phillip M. "The Twilight mystery solved? A historical research paper on Rev. Alexander Lucius Twilight...", 1996
Catalogues of the Orleans county grammar school, Fall 1841, November 1845
"Children are the focus of museum programs," Newport Daily Express, June 30, 1994
Cole, Elbert (Class of 1915, trustee), June 3, 1975
1 interview with Elbert Charles Cole (Class of 1915) by David Stameshkin. Cole discusses athletics; dances; sororities; social life; Pearsons Hall; McCullough gym; baseball field; new chapel; President Moody; old campus; student jobs; undergroud railroad at Brainerd's house; Redfield Proctor; trustees; Mrs. Moody; Alexander Twilight; World War II; alumni events; E. Pruda Wiley; commencement; and Dwanye Robinson.
Ferrin, C.E. "Rev. Alexander Twilight" Vermont Historical Gazeteer, 1877
Genealogy of Ichabod Twilight, 1995
Genealogy of Ichabod Twilight, father of Alexander Twilight, researched by John M. Lovejoy. Also includes a letter from Lovejoy to Bob Buckeye, dated May 15, 1995.
Hahn, Michael T. Excerpts from Twilight biography, 1997
Includes pages pertaining to Middlebury College in Michael T. Hahn's children's biography of Alexander Twilight. Also includes typescript letter from Hahn to Bob Buckeye, dated September 25, 1997.
Hart, Bill. "Alexander Twilight at Middlebury College, 1821 - 1823", September 20, 2020
Essay read by Associate Professor of History, Bill Hart, at the Old Stone House Museum in Brownington, Vermont on September 23, 2020. In the essay, Hart discusses Twilight's life, racial identity, and the Twilight Project at Middlebury College.
History of Corinth, Vermont 1764-1964, 1964
Hunn, Hiram. "If Alexander Twilight were alive today, would he be part of the 'now' generation?", 1972
Kenneth B. Holmes correspondence, 1948
Correspondence belonging to professor Kenneth B. Holmes regarding the race of Alexander Twilight.
Letter to "Miss Wood" from President John Thomas, July 2, 1919
Letters read at the annual meeting of the Orleans county historical society, August 30, 1888
Letters read by alumni of Brownington Academy at the annual meeting of the Orleans County Historical Society, Brownington, Vermont.
Levin, Ruth. "Only dreamers accomplish the impossible," Bennington Banner, March 12, 1986
Levin, Ruth. "The spirit of instructor Rev. Twilight," Bennington Banner, March 19, 1986
Lovejoy, John M. "The life of Ichabod Twilight and the early life of Alexander Twilight, 1765-1821", October 1977
Moser, Howard Frank. "Alexander Twilight and one of the last best places," Vermont Life, 1996
"Myth, speculation surround Brownington landmark," Rutland Herald and the Sunday Times Argus, September 23, 1984
Nichols, Hank. "Local history uncovers lessons for today"
"Old stone house"
Poem entitled "Old Stone House" dedicated to the students who attended the institution, with photograph of the building.
Perry, Jennifer. "A memorial to incredible willpower," Chronicle, June 17, 1992
"Pioneer teachers in townships: Twilight's academy in Richmond," The Record, September 9, 1988
Post, Paul. "Safe Haven: Ferrisburgh farm a busy Underground railroad stop," Rutland Herald, January 12, 2006
"Roots, raps, schools and tools: Twilight's education and education's Twilight," Starr library exhibit, 1995
Includes curator Bob Buckeye's exhibition statement and exhibit case cards.
Shaw, Kent. "Alexander Twilight a mystery pioneer," Burlington Free Press, February 22, 1988
Sherman, Sam. "Historic Twilight farm is for sale in Vermont," Kassbay Antiques, December 1990
"Stories from the Old stone house to be presented Wednesday," The Herald, May 10, 1990
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