How did Vermont get its capital?
Montpelier was part of a land grant in 1781, and was named in 1787 by one of its founders, Colonel Jacob Davis. It is named for a city on the Mediterranean coast in southern France (Montpellier), in honor of the aid given by France in the Revolutionary War.
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No, the Legislature met in Woodstock in 1807 before moving into the new Capital.
The state capital of Vermont is Montpelier And its true people!
Because that was where the legislature met.
The Vermont State House.
Montpelier is the capital of Vermont.
The state capital of Vermont is Montpelier.
Montpelier was named by one of its founders, Colonel Jacob Davis, after a city in France ( Montpellier ).
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Montpelier is the capital city ofVermont.
Montpelier is the capital city inVermont. It is in central Vermont in Washington County.