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Posted on: September 8, 2021

Message From Malta Town Historian

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Message from Historian Paul Perreault

We are living in historic times. The COVID-19 crisis is reshaping our daily lives and our communities. In the future, our children and grandchildren will look back and wonder what we experienced.  That is why it is so important to record the history of the pandemic and the effect it has had on our lives. What has happened to us must not be forgotten so we need to document it.  

I would like to record your witness-to-history experiences. Please complete our short survey to tell us what you experienced, how you, your family and your neighbors have been affected and how your life is different now than it was before the pandemic. Please answer only those questions that are pertinent to you and that you wish to answer. More than one family member may respond and I am particularly interested to hear from school children about their very unique schooling experience. 

With your permission, we will preserve these responses in our archives where they will be shared with researchers and preserved for future generations. I would encourage you to also keep a copy to share with future generations of your family.


Malta Historian 2021 Pandemic Survey

Return Completed Survey to pperreault@malta-town.org 

or Return in Person to the Malta Town Clerks Office Monday - Friday 8 am-5 pm

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