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Vermont

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Information about Vermont.

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  • 1. Vermont Business Presentations Taylor Amoss Caitlin Price 
  • 2. Table of Contents
      • Vermont Information
      • Location
      •   History of state
      • Tourist Attractions
      • Climate
      • Natural Resoures
      • Major Colleges
      • Famous People
      •   State Motto
      • State Flower and tree
      •   State Nickname
      • Summary
  • 3. Vermont Information
      • Offical Website: http://vermont.gov/portal/
      • State Capital: Montpelier
      • Population: 608,827
      • Geographical Size: 9615 Square Miles
      •   Major Industry: Electronic Equipment, Fabricated Metal Products, Printing and Publishing, Paper Products, and Tourism
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  • 5. Vermont History
      • Admitted Friday, March 4, 1791
      • Montpelier was chosen as the capital in 1805
      •   In 1900 the population was 343,641 people
      •   Vermont adopted Womens Suffrage in 1921
      •   Television was established in 1967
      • In 2000 the population was 608,827 people
  • 6. Tourist Attractions
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    •   Bread and Puppet Museum: Glover, Vermont
    • Cheap are and political theatre
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  • 7. Hope Cemetary: Barre, Vermont Granite Capital of the World
  • 8. Santa’s Land USA: Putney, Vermont Family Fun Park  
  • 9. Climate
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    • Generally warm summers & cold winters
  • 10. Natural Resources
      • Sugar Maple
      • Rocks and Minerals
      • Pastures
      • Hydropower
  • 11. Major Colleges
      • Castleton State College
      • Champlain College
      • Community College of Vermont
      • University of Vermont
      • Saint Michael's College
  • 12. Famous People
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      • U.S. President Calvin Coolidge
      • Henry Wells, founder of Wells Fargo and Co.
      • Brigham Young, Mormon leader,
      • U.S. President Chester A. Arthur,
      • Stephen A. Douglas, politician famous for his debates with Abraham Lincoln.  
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  • 13. State Motto
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    • "Freedom & Unity"
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    •   State Flower: Red Clover
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    • State Tree: Sugar Maple
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    • The Green Mountain State
  • 16. Summary
      • Vermonts Capital is Montpelier
      • It was admitted to the United States Friday, March 4, 1791
      • If you go there you should visit Santa's Land USA
      • It has generally warm summers and cold winters
      • Rocks and Minerals are some of the Natural Resources
      • The state nickname is The Green Mountain State
  • 17. Sources
      • 50 States
      •   Reference Desk
      •   Road Side America
      •   Vermont Facts
      •   Vermont Colleges
      • Natural Resources
      • Vermont-Climate
  • 18. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrsP_6Kw4o0&playnext=1&list=PLCA479429AA03BBA8