baseball is a part of vermont is of Alexander cartwright being the inventer of baseball and because of him living in vermont what made it so important
The University of Vermont does not have a baseball team. Though Centennial Field in Burlington, VT is home to the Vermont LakeMonsters. A single-A affiliate to the Washington Nationals.
because it does
The most populous cities in Vermont are Burlington, South Burlington, Rutland, Barre and Montpelier.
maybe one of the important dates was 1995?
Notable Vermont teams include the Vermont Frost Heaves (basketball) the Vt. Lake Monsters (baseball...former affiliate of the Montreal Expos) the Vt. Mountineers (baseball) and the Vt. Ravens (football)
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Stowe and Killington are popular ski areas.
Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the U.S. Vermont produces nearly 2 million gallons of maple syrup annually. Vermont produces approximately 42% of the U.S. maple syrup.
Vermont is a U.S, state. Vermont is the only state in Vermont.
Don't Jersey Vermont means one very important thing: Vermonters don't want their state to be like New Jersey.
Vermont was admitted as a state in the United States and the Bill of Rights was accepted by the states.
The University of Vermont is located in the state of Vermont.
Rutland, Vermont is located in southern Vermont.
Vermont has no deserts.
There are no deserts in Vermont.
Some loan companies in Vermont include the Vermont Loan Broker in Burlington, Vermont; the Home & Loan Center in Rutland, Vermont; and the New England Federal Credit Union in Williston, Vermont.
New Hampshire is on the eastern border of Vermont. New York is to the west of Vermont, along with Lake Champlain, and Massachusetts is to the south of Vermont. Canada is north of Vermont.
Vermont became a state in 1791 it was know as Vermont since 1777
The Republic of Vermont controlled Vermont.
The Vermont Country Store has stores in Rockingham and Weston, Vermont
The area of Villers-Vermont is 6,610,000.0 square meters.
Vermont gained state status after the dissolving of the Vermont Republic in 1791.