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1st Vermont Infantry
Office, 1880-1901. Vermont In The Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

2nd Vermont Brigade
Claremont Mfg Co, 1864 Vermont in the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

15th Vermont Infantry
E. P. Walton, 1864. Vermont in the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

12th Vermont Infantry
E. P. Walton, 1864. Vermont in the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

14th Vermont Infantry
Claremont Mfg Co, 1864. Vermont in the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

2nd Vermont Infantry
Company, 2002. Vermont in the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

Vermont in the American Civil War
Vermont Veterans Militia Museum and Library Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division Vermont, Experience the American North of the   Read More...

13th Vermont Infantry
Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division Vermont in the Civil War, Peck, James Stevens   Read More...

16th Vermont Infantry
Benedict, ii:478 Vermont in the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division   Read More...

3rd Vermont Infantry
the Civil War Vermont National Guard Library and Museum Vermont Military Records Project, Vermont Public Records Division William Scott, The Sleeping Sentinel   Read More...

State of Vermont
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Population:
621,270

Under 18:
131,353

Over 65:
84,425

Employed:
434,333

Land in SM:
9,249.56

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Acres of Farms:
1,909,244

Births:
6,473

Deaths:
5,066

Infant Deaths:
25

Property Crime:
15,771

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Dairy Farmer Near Randolph Center, Vermont, 04/1974
04/1974 (National Archives Identifier: 555524); Series: DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977; Records of the Environmental Protection ...
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Resident of Roxbury, Vermont, draws off the finished syrup ...
05/1974" Jane Cooper, Photographer (National Archives Identifier: 555526); Series: DOCUMERICA: The Environmental Protection Agency's Program to Photographically Document Subjects of Environmental Concern, 1972 - 1977; Records of ...
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NARAtions » Ski jumping into our Olympic Archives
Now that the 2014 Winter Olympics are officially over, take a trip down memory lane (or a Giant Schalom down to our archives) and check out some of our records! While you're there, be sure to tag your favorite Olympic-related photos. Curious ... Major (MAJ) Lyle Nelson, Vermont Army National Guard, skis during the biathlon competition, part of the 1988 Winter Olympics, 02/20/1988. NARA ID: 6437920. SPECIALIST Fourth Class (SPC) Curtis Schreiner, New York ...
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Know Your Records Program
Joseph Keefe, archivist, discusses how to use naturalization proceedings—from federal, state, county, and local courts—from Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont between 1790 and September 26, 1906.
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