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Vermont

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.

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How many pupils per teacher are there in the public school system in Vermont?

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The average number of students per teacher in Minnesota is 15.7 to 1. The actual number is typically lower for grades kindergarten through third grade and slightly higher for tenth through 12th grades.

Why is Vermonts maple syrup famous?

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Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the U.S. Vermont produces nearly 2 million gallons of maple syrup annually.

How many Dunkin' Donuts are in Vermont?

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There are a little more than 200 Dunkin' Donuts stores in Massachusetts. In Boston alone, there are 55 stores and there are 11 in Cambridge.

When does deer hunting season start in Vermont?

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The season is different from State to State, and is determined by each State's Wildlife Department.

Does Vermont have an NCAA football team?

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The University of Vermont does have a football team. Varsity football was discontinued at UVM in 1974. However, since 2007 the University of Vermont has had a club team and is a member of the National Club Football Association (NCFA). The Team is officially recognized by the University and receives a portion of its funding from the UVM Student Government Association. It also has permission from the University to use its colors, mascot and symbols. Home games are usually well attended. The team has competed in the past against other college football clubs and the varsity and JV teams of NCAA member colleges. The UVM Football Team competes in the North Atlantic Conference of the NCFA. In 2017 UVM is scheduled to play the Castleton University JV team, Sacred Heart University Club*, Johnson and Wales University; Southwestern Connecticut; Eastern Connecticut State University*; Clarkson University* and the University of Hartford*

* Denotes NCFA, North Atlantic Conference Opponent..

What is the meaning of Vermont?

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Freedom and Unity is used to stress the importance of individual personal freedom balanced by concern for the common good of the community in general.

How high are the Green Mountains of Vermont?

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Mount Mansfield at 4,380 feet in the Green Mountains is the highest point in the state.

What are the dimensions of Vermont?

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Asked by Duls

160 miles long and 80 miles wide.

What is the population of Rutland VT?

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The estimated population in Vermont as of July 1, 2016 was 624,594 per the U.S. Census Bureau.

Does the state of Vermont still recognize civil unions legally performed in Vermont before same-sex marriage was legalized there?

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Yes, it recognizes them as having all the same rights and responsibilities as legal marriage. Civil union licenses were issued in Vermont from July 1, 2000 until August 31, 2009. Same-sex marriage was legalized beginning September 1, 2009 and no further civil union licenses can be issued.

Where is the Randolph Historical Society Inc in Randolph Vermont located?

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The address of the Randolph Area Historical Society is: 4311 Upper 291St Street East, Randolph, MN 55065

Who is Vermont's most recent governor?

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The current Governor of Vermont is Peter Shumlin (D). Shumlin assumed office as the 81st Governor of Vermont on January 6, 2011. He was re-elected for the term to run from January 2013 to January 2015.

What is Vermont Capitol?

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Montpelier

How did Vermont become a colony?

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Vermont actually was a republic, although it was never called a republic, it was a fully functioning nation. Vermont became a republic when it declared independence from New York and New Hampshire in 1777 and wrote the Constitution of Vermont at the Old Constitution House in Windsor, VT. They remained a republic until 1790 when they joined the United States as the 14th state.

Where is the West Rutland Historical Society Inc in West Rutland Vermont located?

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The address of the West Fairlee Historical Society Inc is: 1874 Blood Brook Road, Fairlee, VT 05045-9816

What state does the initials VT stand for?

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VT is the abbreviation for the state of Vermont.

Is there a bus from Burlington VT to Boston?

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Is there a bus from Boston to Rutland, Vt.

What were some of Vermont' s early explorers?

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Jacques Cartier in 1535 and Samuel de Champlaon in 1609.

Where is the Newbury Historical Society in Newbury Vermont located?

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The address of the Newbury Historical Society Museum is: Po Box 176, Newbury, NH 03255-0176

What services is Vermont known for?

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Vermont is known for many things, but two of those things are that Vermont is known as the starting place for the international ice cream brand, Ben and Jerry's. It is also the largest producer of Maple Syrup in United States.

What is the state gem of Vermont?

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The state gem of Vermont is the Grossular Garnet. It was designated as the state gem in 1991, although technically it is a mineral.