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Where is Vermont?

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 stat (MORE)

What does Vermont grow?

Vermont grows corn, apples and other fruit, Vermont has cows (you get milk and meat from them), veggies such as tomatoes, trees for paper, maple syrup from Maple trees, and ma (MORE)
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What can you do in Vermont?

You can go swimming and boating in Vermont's many lakes, streams, and ponds. You could go hiking in the Green Mountains, shopping, go to a spa, go tour historic sites, and ove (MORE)
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How did Vermont become the Republic Of Vermont?

Vermont actually was a republic, although it was never called arepublic, it was a fully functioning nation. Vermont became arepublic when it declared independence from New Yor (MORE)
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Does Vermont have skyscrapers?

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 skyscrap (MORE)
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Why vermont became vermont?

Vermont is called "The Green Mountain State". The french term for green mountain is "verde mont". Take out the d, e, and the space, and you get "Vermont"
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What religion is Vermont?

It's overwhelmingly Roman Catholic, although in recent years it has taken cues from Quebec and has become less religious. Being noted in a recent Pew study as being the least (MORE)

What are vermonts symbols and why are they vermonts symbols?

Vermont's state animal is the Morgan Horse, because Justin Morgan lived in Vermont for several years. His horse, Figure, was nicknamed the 'Justin Morgan horse,' and had lots (MORE)