A Lifetime of Vermont People
New Book By Peter Miller
In this newest work by Vermont’s most distinguished photographer, Peter Miller
brings together some of his most iconic photographs from the first editions of
Vermont People (1991) and Vermont Farm Woman (2002) with over 50 new
photographs of Vermonters and their stories, capturing the essential character
of the people of Vermont since 1950.
A Lifetime of Vermont People is 208 pages in a 9x12 inch oblong format. Bound with a gold embossed cloth cover. The book includes 199 photographs that illustrate the 49 profiles of rural Vermonters, the type of people I grew up with and came to admire.
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Vermont Farm Women
By Peter Miller
Nationally, more women are buying small farms and may soon own 75% of American farmland.
In a beautiful companion volume to Vermont People, Peter Miller puts faces and stories to these statistics and demonstrates that Vermont is
setting a national trend. The philosophy of Vermont farmwomen is to keep it small and in the family. In the face of agribusiness
intent on controlling the global food supply, you could call these women working activists. Silver Print Press. Hardcover. ISBN 0-9628064-7-1
Nothing Hardly Ever Happens in Colbyville, Vermont
By Peter Miller
In 1968, Peter Miller, recently divorced, unemployed and financially stripped,
moved into the attic of a ramshackle farmhouse in Colbyville. Over the next 40 years he chronicled the people and places
of Vermont through his lens and words. The best of his stories and essays are collected in this book. There are wonderful satirical
essays on Stowe and Ben & Jerry's (the author lives next to their factory), an important reportage on the end of an era marked by Fred Tuttle's
funeral, a haunting story on the search for the reason behind a suicide by fire. Silver Print Press
People of the Great Plains
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By Peter Miller
The Great Plains of America stretches across 10 states south from the
Canadian border to the Texas Panhandle, and west from the 98th meridian
to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. It was the home of the buffalo and the nomadic tribes that followed them;
now ranchers and farmers supply us with our meat and wheat. The Plains people are hard working, moral people with
goodness of heart. They are stubborn, resilient and, above all, they love the freedom found in the expanse of the land. This book is their story. Silver Print Press. Hardcover ISBN 0-9628064-2-0
Yankee Weather Proverbs
Edited By Peter Miller Illistrated By Daryl V. Storrs
An interesting phenomenon about Yankee weather is the published and broadcasted weather
reports are often as wrong as snow on the Fourth of July. Trust me, I know this. I have heard weather reports of sunny skies
while overhead are nothing but a sheet of gray clouds. Sometimes it is the other way around. The problem is that we have many
tiny microclimates, formed by our mountains, and whether the fronts from the northwest or southwest win out. This is why so many
of us count on weather proverbs. Silver Print Press. Hardcover ISBN 0-9749890-0-2
Vermont Gathering Places
By Peter Miller
Vermont Gathering Places was published to celebrate the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Preservation Trust of Vermont.
The photographs and stories speak of the connections between our friends and neighbors.
It is also about how our communities work. Schools, stores, churches, grange halls, town halls,
and Main Street are all places of social exchange and in many instances provide the underpinning of democracy. Silver Print Press. Hardcover ISBN 0-9749890-4-5
Stowe's Skiing Cow
Special Edition of 100
Signed by Peter Miller & Fred Tuttle
Hilary and Alan's Maple Tree
Moon Over Peacham
Hilary and Alan's Maple Tree contains two classic icons -- the maple tree and the stone wall -- this
lithograph is the iconic image of Vermont. It is printed in a sepia tone and is limited to 395 prints. Peter Miller signs and numbers each print and also hand-colors one leaf that he picks at random. The image is unframed, and measures 10 5/8 x 22 inches. It is printed on heavy art stock and is shipped in a heavy tube. 70 left in stock.
Moon over Peacham/,a beautiful scene on a sub-zero night of the full moon. Peter Miller, the photographer, froze four toes waiting for the moon to rise above the village. The print is a black and white, 14 x 18 inches. 90 left in stock.
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Hilary's and Alan's Maple Tree
Stowe Community ChurchStowe's Skiing Cow
Seasons of Stowe
The book /Nothing Hardly Ever Happens in Colbyville, Vermont/, is also the name of a chapter which describes how the author, Peter Miller, looked out from his office window onto a barn yard scene which was sexually raucous. The photo is photographically printed 5x7 with a one inch border so it can be easily framed.
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