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VermontMarlana DeloachJonah Pierce
ClimateMonth      Jan      Feb     Mar       Apr     May       Jun       Jul      Aug     Sep      Oct     Nov      Dec Re...
Area ● Ranked 45th in the U.S. by area   ○ Total land area of 9,620 sq. mi. ● Land dimensions   ○ Width       ■ 80 miles (...
Elevation  ● Highest point    ○ Mount Mansfield       ■ 4,395 feet  ● Lowest point    ○ Lake Champlain       ■ 95 to 100 f...
Natural Resources● Mineral Sources● Fertile Soil● 4/5 Forests  ○ Hardwood    ■   Maple    ■   Birches    ■   Breeches    ■...
Vermont Info  ● State Capital:    ○ Montpelier  ● Vermonts motto:    ○ Freedom and Unity  ● 14th State Enlisted in Constit...
The State . . .● Bird:  ○ Hermit Thrush● Flower:  ○ Red Clover● Tree:  ○ Sugar Maple● Butterfly:  ○ Monarch Butterfly● Flag:
State   (cont.)● Rock  ○ Granite, Marble, Slate● Beverage  ○ Milk● Pie  ○ Apple Pie● Song  ○ The Green Mountains
Population  ● Ranked 49th in the U.S.    ○ Nearly 630,000 people       ■ Total density of 67.7/square mile  ● Median house...
Vermont recent news...
Population percentage● People  ○ Males    ■ 50.2%  ○ Females    ■ 49.8%● Language  ○ French    ■ Most Spoken Language     ...
Demographics              By Race                 White    Black     AIAN      Asian     NHPI       2000 (Total Population...
Top 5 Colleges1.   University of Vermont-15,7852.   Community College of Vermont-10,8303.   Norwich University-5,2804.   M...
Tourist Attractions●   Ben & Jerrys Factory Tour●   Green Mountain Railroad●   Bromley-Vermonts Summer Adventures●   Arbor...
Random facts ... ● First state after original 13 colonies. ● Montpelier is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds...
More Random Facts ● Largest Town   ○ Essex      ■ Population is about 20,000 ● Most Incorporated City   ○ Burlington      ...
State Website● The Vermont State Website is http://www.  vermont.gov  ○ Website consists of     ■   Government     ■   Res...
Famous People● Chester A. Arthur-21st presidentof the United States● David Ball- UIFL Football Player● Calvin Coolidge-30t...
Citationshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vermont#Climatehttp://www.10-facts-about.com/Vermont/id/46http://www.50states.com/fa...
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  1. 1. VermontMarlana DeloachJonah Pierce
  2. 2. ClimateMonth Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Rec. 59 63 84 91 94 96 101 98 95 87 69 62High F (15) (17) (29) (33) (34.5) (35.5) (38) (36.5) (35) (30.5) (20.5) (17) (C)Norm. 25 31 43 51 64 76 81 78 71 54 36 28High F (-4) (-.5) (6) (10.5) (18) (24.5) (27) (25.5) (22) (12) (2) (-2) (C)Norm. 4 10 22 30 43 55 60 57 50 33 15 7Low F (-15.5) (-12) (-5.5) (-1) (6) (13) (15.5) (14) (10) (0.5) (-9.5) (-14) (C) Rec. -38 -35 -18 9 24 36 41 38 21 4 -16 -32Low F (-39) (-37) (-28) (-13) (-4.5) (2) (5) (3) (-6) (-15.5 (-27) (-35. (C) ) 5)Precip. 0.61 0.63 0.68 1.99 4.01 4.06 4.07 4.00 3.95 2.48 0.66 0.62in(mm) (15.5) (16) (17) (50.5) (102) (103) (103.5) (101.5 (100) (63) (17) (16) )
  3. 3. Area ● Ranked 45th in the U.S. by area ○ Total land area of 9,620 sq. mi. ● Land dimensions ○ Width ■ 80 miles (130 km) ○ Length ■ 160 miles (260 km) ● Latitude ○ 42" 44 N to 45" 1 N ● Longitude ○ 71" 28 W to 73" 26 W
  4. 4. Elevation ● Highest point ○ Mount Mansfield ■ 4,395 feet ● Lowest point ○ Lake Champlain ■ 95 to 100 feet ● Average height ○ 1,000 feet
  5. 5. Natural Resources● Mineral Sources● Fertile Soil● 4/5 Forests ○ Hardwood ■ Maple ■ Birches ■ Breeches ■ Ashes ■ Poplars ○ Softwood ■ Spruces ■ Red and White Pines ■ Hemlocks ■ Cedars
  6. 6. Vermont Info ● State Capital: ○ Montpelier ● Vermonts motto: ○ Freedom and Unity ● 14th State Enlisted in Constitution. ● Vermonts Nickname: ○ The Green Mountain State ● Bordered by: ○ Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York; Quebec, Canada
  7. 7. The State . . .● Bird: ○ Hermit Thrush● Flower: ○ Red Clover● Tree: ○ Sugar Maple● Butterfly: ○ Monarch Butterfly● Flag:
  8. 8. State (cont.)● Rock ○ Granite, Marble, Slate● Beverage ○ Milk● Pie ○ Apple Pie● Song ○ The Green Mountains
  9. 9. Population ● Ranked 49th in the U.S. ○ Nearly 630,000 people ■ Total density of 67.7/square mile ● Median household income of about $50,000/year
  10. 10. Vermont recent news...
  11. 11. Population percentage● People ○ Males ■ 50.2% ○ Females ■ 49.8%● Language ○ French ■ Most Spoken Language ● 23.9% ○ English ■ 18.6%
  12. 12. Demographics By Race White Black AIAN Asian NHPI 2000 (Total Population) 98.12% 0.76% 1.05% 1.09% 0.05% 2000 (Hispanic only) 0.83% 0.06% 0.04% 0.02% 0.01% 2005 (Total population) 97.95% 0.89% 0.97% 1.24% 0.04% 2005 (Hispanic only) 1.03% 0.06% 0.04% 0.01% 0.00% Growth 2000-05 (total) 2.16% 20.33% -5.49% 16.42% -9.09% Growth 2000-05 (non-hispanic) 1.94% 21.76% -5.13% 17.31% -2.66% Growth 2000-05 (hispanic) 26.76% 2.62% -13.81% -39.42% -46.76%
  13. 13. Top 5 Colleges1. University of Vermont-15,7852. Community College of Vermont-10,8303. Norwich University-5,2804. Middlebury College-4,4845. Champlain University-3,482 University of Vermont
  14. 14. Tourist Attractions● Ben & Jerrys Factory Tour● Green Mountain Railroad● Bromley-Vermonts Summer Adventures● ArborTrek Canopy Adventures at Smugglers Notch, Vermont.
  15. 15. Random facts ... ● First state after original 13 colonies. ● Montpelier is the only U.S. state capital without a McDonalds. ● Until 1996, Vermont was the only state without a Wal-Mart.
  16. 16. More Random Facts ● Largest Town ○ Essex ■ Population is about 20,000 ● Most Incorporated City ○ Burlington ■ Population of about 45,000 ● Temperature ○ Average temperature is 43 deg. Fah. ○ Highest temperature recorded is 105 deg. Fah.
  17. 17. State Website● The Vermont State Website is http://www. vermont.gov ○ Website consists of ■ Government ■ Residents ■ Business ■ Agricultural ■ Travel ■ Education ■ Employment ■ Health ■ Safety ■ Vermont
  18. 18. Famous People● Chester A. Arthur-21st presidentof the United States● David Ball- UIFL Football Player● Calvin Coolidge-30th presidentof the United States● John Deere-Inventor ofJohn Deere tractors● Joe Perry-Lead Guitarist for Aerosmith
  19. 19. Citationshttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vermont#Climatehttp://www.10-facts-about.com/Vermont/id/46http://www.50states.com/facts/vermont.htmhttp://www.vermont.gov/portalhttp://www.youtube.com
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