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  Top20Vermont.com - Your Top20 Guide to Vermont!
Lake Champlain, the major lake in Vermont, is the sixth-largest body of fresh water in the United States and separates Vermont from New York in the northwest portion of the state.
Vermont is known for its mud season in spring followed by a generally mild early summer, hot Augusts and a colorful autumn, and particularly for its cold winters.
Lower areas of western Vermont were flooded again, as part of the St. Lawrence Valley "Champlain Sea" at the end of the last ice age, when the land had not yet rebounded from the weight of the glaciers.
top20vermont.com   (2600 words)

  
 Vermont - ExampleProblems.com
Vermont is known for its brief mud season in spring followed by a cool summer and a colorful autumn, and particularly for its cold winters.
In 1791, Vermont joined the Union as the 14th member–the first state to enter the union after the original 13 colonies, and a counterweight to Kentucky, which was admitted to the Union shortly afterward.
The Vermont Progressive Party is a small, left-wing political party created in the early 1980s and has held a handful of seats in the Vermont legislature for two decades and is affiliated with Vermont's lone congressman, Bernie Sanders; it has had official recognition as a political party by the state government since 1999.
www.exampleproblems.com /wiki/index.php/Vermont   (5311 words)

  
 The Population of Vermont
Vermont was first settled, or populated, by pioneers in the mid-1700's.
Vermont's population in 2000 was 608,827 in 1985.
Demographers believe that Vermont is on track to have the lowest population count in future census'.
academics.smcvt.edu /vtgeographic/textbook/population/population_of_vermont.htm   (639 words)

  
 Travel information
Lake Champlain, the major lake in Vermont, is the sixth-largest body of water in the United States and separates Vermont from New York and Canada in the northwest portion of the state.
Vermont continued to govern itself as a sovereign entity based in the eastern town of Windsor for 14 years.
Vermont is the home state of the only two current members of the United States Congress who do not associate themselves with a political party: Representative Bernard Sanders and Senator James Jeffords.
www.mytravelinfo.net /us-vermont.htm   (3856 words)

  
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Vermont, the Vermont General Assembly passed and Governor Howard Dean signed into law H.0847, which provided the state sanctioned benefits of marriage to gay and lesbian couples in the form of civil unions.
Vermont's state legislature is the Vermont General Assembly, a bicameral body composed of the Vermont House of Representatives (the lower house) and the Vermont Senate (the upper house) meet at the Vermont State House.
Vermont is represented (after the 2006 elections and effective in 2007) in the U.S. Senate by Patrick Leahy, a Democrat, and Bernie Sanders, an independent, caucusing with the Democrats.
www.gamecheatz.net /games.php?title=Vermont   (8496 words)

  
 Agriculture & Industry in Vermont
Their importance within Vermont agriculture was established in the early 19th century, when large herds of cattle were driven overland to Boston, New York and other east coast markets.
The McLaughlin Farm is typical of large diversified farms in Washington County, producing in 1850 large quantities of wool, butter, cheese, and maple sugar, as well as smaller quantities of wheat, corn, oats, potatoes and hay for personal use.
Vermont railroad lines facilitated the expansion of Vermont's stone market, more so than any other export as the heavy loads were nearly impossible to transport any great distance before this time.
www.cr.nps.gov /nr/travel/centralvermont/agind1.htm   (884 words)

  
 GLAD - Vermont State Laws
Vermont was among the first states to pass a comprehensive statewide law prohibiting sexual orientation discrimination in 1992.
Vermonters who enter into a civil union with a same-sex partner will be treated as married for purposes of the laws of Vermont.
Vermont law provides that any person may adopt or be adopted by another person for the purpose of creating the relationship of parent and child between them.
www.glad.org /rights/vermont_lgbt.shtml   (11298 words)

  
 Vermont Regional History
One of the smallest states, Vermont is a mountainous region with large rivers and valleys.
Vermont's famous "Green Mountain Boys," a group of colonists from New Hampshire organized by Ethan Allen in 1770-71, were among those harassing and attacking Vermont settlers with land titles issued from New York.
Amidst the battles, debates and congresses of the Revolution, Vermont organized itself as an independent republic and was admitted to the Union as the 14th State in 1791.
www.cr.nps.gov /nr/travel/centralvermont/vhistory1.htm   (1005 words)

  
 List of towns in Vermont - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Unincorporated towns are towns that had charters granted which were later revoked by the Vermont legislature in 1937 due to lack of residents.
These towns have their affairs managed by a state-appointed manager and have no local government at all.
The unincorporated towns are Averill, Ferdinand, Glastenbury, Lewis, and Somerset.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vermont_towns   (157 words)

  
 Vermont Tourism and Vermont Vacations Travel Information at Visit Vermont
Traversing Vermont on the east-west axis is, in the south, Route 9 from Brattleboro to Bennington.
Vermont isn’t usually associated with islands but the northwest corner of the state features South Hero and North Hero islands beautifully situated in Lake Champlain.
Vermont Route 100 is full of pleasing vistas from south to north.
www.visit-vermont.com /current_category.33/current_advcategory.293/companies_list.html   (983 words)

  
 Data & Reports
The Vermont Department of Education collects and reports on a wide range of data related to public schools in the state.
Town meeting grids are designed to estimate the amount of education property tax a homeowner would pay on a house and up to two acres for the coming tax year.
Vermont law requires that any increases over a previous year’s announced tuition rate must be reported to sending districts and the Department of Education by February 1st each year.
education.vermont.gov /new/html/maindata.html   (1086 words)

  
 The State of Vermont
Climate - There are four distinct climate seasons in Vermont, ranging from a balmy warm summer to a snow-covered winter wonderland.
Average temperatures throughout the year are (in °F) 20-40 in the winter, 50-75 in the spring, 60-80 in the summer and 25-60 in the fall.
Vermont produces on average $2.2 billion in goods each year ranging from canoes to computer chips to teddy bears.
www.bearsystems.com /StateOfVermont/index.htm   (187 words)

  
 Vermont
Vermont League of Cities and Towns : Non-partisan, nonprofit organization of municipal governments around the state.
Directory of Cities and Towns in Vermont : Provides alphabetical listing of places in Vermont with topographical maps, latitude/longitude, cloud cover and precipitation charts.
Vermont League of Cities and Towns (VLCT) : Directory of official city and town, and chamber of commerce sites.
www.ontowns.com /regional/VT   (143 words)

  
 Vermont Country Stores, Vermont Hotels, Inns and Lodging
Vermont country stores are part of the charm of Vermont, every bit as recognizable as the famous red barns and country church spires.
Although country stores in various small towns throughout Vermont have closed over the years, due to competition from chain supermarkets and mini-marts, many are still alive and well.
But as most Vermonters and many people around the United States know – she is now dead, killed in the last couple weeks apparently by her uncle, a repeat sex offender.
www.vermonter.com   (344 words)

  
 Special List 29: Vermont
Tables listing population by county in Vermont for 1820 and population of States of the Union in 1810 and 1820.
List of "sub- scribers" with their addresses and occupations.
It is noted on the map that 1850 population figures are according to the 1850 census and those for 1875 (?) are according to the 1860 census.
www.archives.gov /publications/finding-aids/maps/vt.html   (584 words)

  
 Vermont
Vermont (The Philadelphia Museums) This photograph shows a corner of one of the great quarries in what is the most important marble producing section of the United States.
Vermont produces some pure white marble, a great deal of which is somewhat bluish in color, some which is variegated and some which is almost jet fl.
Vermont has large deposits of granite, marble and slate, which can be found mainly in the Green Mountains region of Vermont.
www.cagenweb.com /quarries/states/vermont.html   (4258 words)

  
 Vermont School Choice
In 1999, a Vermont Public Radio-Macro poll revealed that 55 percent of survey respondents wanted parents to be able to use state funds to send their children to religious schools, while 34 percent did not.
Under this legislation, town, city, or district school boards and state colleges and the University of Vermont would be granted chartering authority.
Naveschuk has joined two other families who live in tuitioning towns but must pay out of pocket for their choice schools because the schools are religious.
www.heritage.org /Research/education/schoolchoice/Vermont.cfm   (1968 words)

  
 www.mainlist.hekko.pl Maine site
There are fourteen counties in the U.S. state of Vermont.
This means that, for example, while Addison County, Vermont is 001, Belknap County, New Hampshire and Alachua County, Florida are also 001.
To uniquely identify Addison County, Vermont, one must use the state code of 50 plus the county code of 001; therefore, the unique nationwide identifier for Addison County, Vermont is 50001.
www.mainlist.hekko.pl /?title=List_of_counties_in_Vermont   (382 words)

  
 Open Directory - Regional: North America: United States: Vermont: Localities
Directory of Cities and Towns in Vermont - Provides alphabetical listing of places in Vermont with topographical maps, latitude/longitude, cloud cover and precipitation charts.
Vermont Cities and Towns - Reference source providing basic statistics about the state's towns and cities.
Vermont League of Cities and Towns - Non-partisan, nonprofit organization of municipal governments around the state.
www.dmoz.org /Regional/North_America/United_States/Vermont/Localities   (211 words)

  
 List Your Vermont Rental
Each listing must be for one property or adjoining properties with the same owner, though you may of course purchase separate listings for different properties you own or manage.
For a standard listing with up to four photos, the rate is $159 per year, or $19 per month with a four-month minimum cost of $76.
Once you are finished, your listing will appear on the web after receipt of payment and approval by our staff.
www.vermontproperty.com /wizard.php   (342 words)

  
 Vermont Recreation Trails and Waterways
This is a list of Vermont trails, greenways and waterways, for hiking, biking, birding, paddle sports, horseback, skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
The purpose of the Cross Vermont Trail Association, Inc. is to assist municipalities, recreation groups, and landowners in the creation and management of a four-season, multi-use trail across the state of Vermont for public recreation, alternative transportation, and awareness of our natural and cultural heritage.
Vermont's largest body of water dedicated to non motorized recreation as well as the longest stretch of undeveloped shoreline in the State.
www.voga.org /Vermont_Recreation_Trails.htm   (1435 words)

  
 Vermont Travel Scenic Drives and VT Visit Travel at Visit Vermont
Vermont State Route 30 (the Seth Warner Memorial Highway) travels northward right along the New York state line, and passes through or near Poultney, Bomoseen, Sudbury, Orwell, Whiting, Cornwall, before ending in Middlebury.
Southern Vermont is bounded by Massachusetts to the south, New Hampshire to the east, and New York to the west.
From northern Vermont, Canada, and points north, I-91 and U.S. Route 7 each travel one side of the region from north to south.
www.visit-vermont.com /current_category.953/companies_list.html   (894 words)

  
 Secretary of State - Kids Page: History
In 1790, New York consented to the admission of Vermont into the Union (for a payment of $30,000) and stated the New York-Vermont boundary should be the mid-channel of Lake Champlain.
The Vermont constitution was the first in America to prohibit adult slavery and the first to let all men vote, even if they didn't own property or have a specific income.
The Vermont constitution was also the first to require the creation of public schools.
www.sec.state.vt.us /Kids/history.html   (878 words)

  
 Vermont State History Information Links Symbols Capital Constitution Flags Maps Song
Vermont shares an international border with Canada on the north.
Vermont is a leading maple-syrup producing state and also produces many specialty food products such as cheese, ice cream and sauces.
Hay, oats and corn are grown to feed Vermont livestock.
www.netstate.com /states/links/vt_links.htm   (404 words)

  
 Vermont inns, bed & breakfasts, restaurants, vacations, events, towns, skiing and snowmobiling conditions, ...
Check on their specials and find their location with our interactive Vermont locator maps that are hot linked to lodging.
Vermont has 50 major lakes of which some of the nicest are Willoughby and Seymour, Caspian, Echo, Champlain.
Our listings are free to everyone for the first year and only a modest fee thereafter.
www.scenesofvermont.com   (570 words)

  
 REDJAR.ORG :: Vermont 251 Club
The Vermont 251 Club is an organization whose members attempt to visit every town in the state of Vermont.
The 251 club was first suggested in 1954 in a Vermont Life Magazine by commentator Arthur Wallace Peach.
We chose to document our adventures by taking a picture of ourselves in each town, preferably in front of a building or object that had the town name on it.
redjar.org /everytown   (628 words)

  
 Grand Isle, Vermont, New England, USA
Originally, Grand Isle, North Hero and South Hero were granted to Ethan Allen, Samuel Herrick and 363 other Revolutionary War veterans as a single town known as Two Heroes.
However, Ethan and Herrick are named first in the grant, while Ira is considerably down the list after Jonas Fay, Thomas Chittenden and other founding fathers, many of whom were as respected as Ira.
The fourth "Lake Champlain Islands" town (which does not otherwise figure in this story) is Isle La Motte.
www.virtualvermont.com /towns/grandisle.html   (429 words)

  
 Photo memories of Fall Foliage in Vermont captured by Canadian Photographer Heath Moffat
This site is produced by Scenes of Vermont - PB Publishing.
Accommodations - a list of inns and b andbs with pictures and prices along with links to web sites.
It's been close to 10 years from being away from "heaven" in any season, but for me Fall in Vermont is my favorite.
www.foliage-vermont.com /photo_memories.htm   (329 words)

  
 Directories (Department Staff, Public Schools, Private/Independent Schools, Superintendents, Principals, Colleges & ...
An alphabetical list of public schools (including regional technical centers and comprehensive high schools), including addresses, phone numbers and grades served.
This list contains an alphabetical list of all union schools regardless of grades.
The Vermont Department of Education reviews applications to start colleges in the state and protects student records in the event that a post-secondary institution ceases operating.
education.vermont.gov /new/html/maindirectories.html   (514 words)

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