Parent Category: United States of America
This category covers questions about the New England state of Vermont. Vermont was one of three states to have been once recognized as independent nations, as the Vermont Republic (1777-1791). It was later admitted into the Union on March 4, 1791 and currently has a population of around 620,000.


In 1777 all thirteen colonies were fighting for a revolutionary warwith England but they were also busy in stopping Vermont becoming astate. At the same time continental congress was not ready to letthe Vermont to become apart of United States and as well as Newyork also not ready to join Vermont...
TH = town highway, generally followed by a number, as in TH 25
It is 254.44 miles according to MapQuest.
The Vermont Country Store does have an 800#, it is 1-800-564-4623.
Vergennes with a population of 2,666 is incorporated as a city.
There are many geographical features of Vermont. If you want to find out more about them look up Vermont on line.
not sure, but they do have a website to order from
The state gem of Vermont is the Grossular Garnet. It was designatedas the state gem in 1991, although technically it is a mineral.
In New England, South of Quebec, North of Massachusetts, East of New York snd West of New Hampshire. It is between New York state and New Hampshire. It is a New England state. Which includes Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Maine.
The battle at Fort Ticonderoga.
Jacques Cartier was the first European to see the land that is nowVermont, in 1535. The French arrived in Vermont in 1734 and beganconstruction on Fort St. Frederic. Settlers of the area joined withthe British during King George's War. On March 4, 1791, Vermont wasgranted statehood.
None, Vermont was not Vermont during prehistoric times. It was named so thousands of years later.
They don't. Sheep create wool which when shorn becomes a fleece. Vermont Fleece processes wool into blankets and clothing at Hyde Park Vermont.
The Green Mountains, hence the slogan "green mountain state" also their are some rivers and small waterfalls
It is three miles east of Roxbury. Coordinates: Latitude : N 43 ° 55.6' Longitude : W 72 ° 40.3'
About 15 hours of driving time according to MapQuest.
It is 926.53 miles according to MapQuest.
The form of Government in Vermont is town meetings (in the 1700's). that's for if you have history and need to know that!So learn what you need to know. In that time people ate chickens.
It is a five hour drive covering 266.71 miles according to MapQuest.
Vermont is the first to have a Constitution that forbade slavery.
It is located in New England.
Low mountains and rolling hills.
Generally east, but also a little to the north. Or in geographic terms it is ENE of Ohio.
The eastern boundary of New Brunswick is composed by the Gulf ofSaint Lawrence and Northumberland Strait. The southern boundary isthe Bay of Fundy.
The Green Mountains are located in Vermont. . Vermont is not home to the White Mountains.
Mount Mansfield at 4,380 feet in the Green Mountains is the highest point in the state.
No. Artificial flavoring and extracts combined with cheaper corn syrup satisfies the vast majority of modern consumers. (Some call it better living thriugh chemistry). Vermont and Rhode Island Maple Syrup is a relatively expensive product with a solid and loyal customer base that retains a demand...
it was made a state later as a tribute to George Washington who's home was on mount Vernon.
Because it was developed there and is a uniquely American horse breed.
1. Burton 2. Cabot Dairy 3. Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory 4. Lake Champlain 5. Skiing (Killington, Jay Peak, Okemo, Mount Snow, Stratton, Stowe, Smuggler's Notch) 6. Burlington 7. Slate 8. Cows 9. Moose 10. Green Mountain Boys 11. Magic Hat & Long Trail Breweries 12. Green Mountains 13. Church...
Because it is supposedly leaking radioactive materials and is not up to safetly standards since it is so old.
It is the headquarters of Ben and Jerry's ice cream.
No, there were other people but that was in about 200-300 Bc and that's all I know of besides the French
From 1777-1791, Vermont was known as New Connecticut, later becoming the Republic of Vermont. To make a long story short, yes, Vermont was its own republic for 14 years.
I believe it is the smallest state capital in the US. In other words, not very big.
Some people believe that it is Maple Syrup. However, the fact remains that cheese is truly what people think of when they think Vermont, as much, if not more than even the great state of Wisconsin.
Maple Syrup, fall foliage, snow, very rural
I believe Vermont was recently named a "Godless State," though their are of course religious people in Vermont, largely Catholics.
the large population of attractive moms
Pine, spruce, fir, and hemlock are common; maple and birch areamong the deciduous species. The wooded areas, with their smallbrooks and springs, produce a great variety of ferns andwildflowers.
MapQuest estimates the driving time as 19 hours and 24 minutes.
9165 square miles.
Washington sate. (Look north west on a map)
North: Quebec,Canada West: New York South: Massachusetts East: New Hampshire
That is not Vernont's nickname. It is the Green Mountain State.
Burlington (38,897) (Ranked#1) and South Burlington (17,574) (Ranked #2) but that is because Vermont only has nine communities incorporated as cities. Essex (19,649) which is a town would be the second largest City but it prefers to be called a town.
The school colors of the University of Vermont's (UVM) are green and gold.
It is about 621,000 for 2010 that is a estimate but it is nearly right.
The driving distance from Oxford,Massachusetts to Burlington, Vermont is 252 miles via I-495 Northto I-89 North per MapQuest. The driving time per MapQuest is 4hours.
Montpelier is the capital of Vermont.
no one knows if you cant find it on the internet what makes you think you can find it here
Vermont which is up between New Hampshire and New York, above Maryland, and on the border of Canada.
112 miles, 2 hours 41 minutes estimated by
Formal Name City Type . Coolidge, Calvin, Homestead District . Plymouth Notch . District. Frost, Robert, Farm . Ripton . Building. Marsh, George Perkins, Boyhood Home . Woodstock . Building. Morrill, Justin S., Homestead . Strafford . Building. Mount Independence . Orwell . Site. Naulakha ...
error, carrier, merrier, celler, terror, ferrier, getter- that's all i can think at the moment. *some depend on how their said, but one way or another they all rhyme with each other.
Vermont is in the northern US, more specifically the northeaststates of New England. However, it is not as far geographically tothe north as northwestern states such as Idaho and Montana.
Driving from the Airport in Burlington Vermont to Gatineau qc. How long does it take and what are the best directions. Thank you
Vermont and Virginia.
well a example of a republic is like in Rome Julius Caesar was the leader in Rome because everybody wanted him to be or the USA president Obama he is president because we wanted him to be. We voted for him so now he is the president.
Vermont; vert meaning "green" and mont meaning "mount".
No, the Legislature met in Woodstock in 1807 before moving into the new Capital.
No, We do not have any skyscrapers. The tallest building we have is Decker Towers, an apartment building containing 11 floors at 101.3 feet tall. There was a proposed skyscraper to be built in Brattleboro, Vermont containing 40 floors at 529 feet that was suppose to be constructed in 2013, not sure...
It is known for its maple syrup.
Currently, four states-Vermont, Alaska, Hawaii, and Maine-have prohibited billboards. Vermont's law, the first in the nation, went into effect in 1968. Vermont's landmark billboard law changed the roadside view forever. The law was largely the work of one man - Ted Riehle, who died on New Year's...
Vermont has a bottle deposit law to reduce litter, increaserecycling, reduce waste disposal costs, create local jobs and saveenergy.
Burlington, Montepiliar, and Rutland could be considered cities, but are very small. Other towns include Chittenden, Ludlow, Rutland Town, Mendon.
New York is the state west of Vermont.
In short Vermont is very hilly. Lake Champlain covers most Vermont's western boarder, and the Connecticut river on the eastern boarder. With the Appalachian mountain range, which in vermont is the green mountains going all the way up through the middle.