Christmas in Jericho

Dodson, J.
December 1989
Yankee;Dec89, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p60
Describes life in Jericho Center, in northwestern Vermont. Desso's store, maybe the oldest continuously operating general store in New England owned and run by Gerry and Lil Desso; History of town; Famous residents such as the late Wilson `Snowflake' Bentley; Development; Mills; Employment.


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