Cover title: Waterbury, Vermont, commemorative book.
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History. The area of South Burlington was first granted by the Province of New Hampshire as part of Burlington township on June 7, The town of Burlington was organized around In , the unincorporated village of Burlington was chartered as a city. The remaining area of the town came to be organized as a separate town with the name South Burlington in the same County: Chittenden. Berlin is a town in Washington County, Vermont, United States, founded in The population was 2, at the census. Being the town between Barre and Montpelier, the two largest cities in the region, much of the commercial business of the region can be found in Berlin, including parts of the Barre-Montpelier Road (U.S. Route ), and the Berlin : Washington. Waterbury is situated in Washington County in Central Vermont. Before the arrival of European settlers, its current site was the frontier between the Pennacook and Mahican people. In , it was chartered under a grant from England's King George III. Middlesex was chartered on June 8, Middlesex took its boundaries from Waterbury, which had been granted the day before. Worcester, which was granted on the same day as Middlesex, took its boundaries from Middlesex. For that reason it has always been assumed this town was named for its location between the other two.
Waterbury lies in the northwestern corner of Washington county, in latitude 44° 23' and longitude 4° 17’, and is bounded north by Stowe, east by Middlesex, south by the Winooski river which separates it from Duxbury and Moretown, and west by Bolton, in Chittenden, township was chartered by Gov. Benning Wentworth to Joseph ABBOTT and sixty-three associates, June 7. The following charters had been granted by New Hampshire: Berlin, June 7, , to Chauncey GRAYHAM and others; Duxbury, June 7, , to Isaac BROWN and others; Middlesex, June 8, ; Moretown, June 7, , to Jonah FOSTER and others; Waterbury, June 7, , to John STILES and others; and Worcester, June 8, , to Joshua Mason and others. - Explore lynde's board "Vermont", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Vermont, New england states and Mountain states pins. The town is crossed by the Central Vermont Railroad, which keeps close to Winooski River. There is one station called Bolton. Bolton was chartered June 7th, , by Benning WENTWORTH, colonial governor of New Hampshire, to Thomas DARLING, and seventy-one associates. The original grant was thirty-six square miles, or 23, acres.
Vermont's largest airport, Burlington International Airport, is located in South Burlington. History. The area of South Burlington was first granted by the Province of New Hampshire as part of Burlington township on June 7, The town of Burlington was organized circa In , the unincorporated village of Burlington was chartered as. South Burlington is a city in Chittenden County, Vermont, United States. As of the U.S. Census the population of the city It is home to the headquarters of Ben & Jerry's and Vermont's largest mall, the University Mall. It is also one in the principal municipalities of the Burlington. Adopted June 1, The Vermont state coat of arms on a field of azure. " Freedom and Unity " is the official motto of the U.S. state of Vermont and the African Nation of Tanzania. The motto was first adopted in for use on the Great Seal of the Vermont Republic. When Waterbury-VT was devastated by a flood in , Waterbury-CT sent $10, in aid. When our Waterbury needed assistance in , Waterbury-VT sent $5, in aid. Last week, I drove through Waterbury, Vermont, stopping for gas and coffee (from what I can tell, all coffee in Vermont is Green Mountain Coffee), and snapping a few photos.