Education and Enrichment for Everyone: The Granite Cutters’ Story - A History of Vermont’s 200-Year-Old Granite Industry

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Scott McLaughlin, Executive Director of the Vermont Granite Museum, talks about the industry's history.

Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit

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