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The Green Mountain State
   is a nickname for the state of   
Vermont
Unofficial nickname. Verd Mont was a name given to the Green Mountains in October, 176l, by the Rev. Dr. Peters.
Vermont
   state capital is   
Montpelier
Vermont Avenue
   costs   
$100
Cyan
I-93
   crosses   
Vermont
I-91
   crosses   
Vermont
I-89
   crosses   
Vermont
Vermont
   has the state flower   
Red Clover
Vermont
   has the Postal Abbreviation   
VT
Vermont
   is American Diner Lingo for   
Maple Syrup
Chester A. Arthur
   was born in   
Vermont
Vermont
   has the motto   
"Freedom And Unity"
Vermont
   flag is   

The central scene depicts a tall pine tree, a cow and sheaves of wheat.
Ethan Allan
   has the epitaph   
"Fighter, Writer, Statesman and Philosopher Lie in This Cemetery Beneath the Marble Statue. His Spirit is Vermont Now"
Greenmount cemetery, Burlington, Vermont.
Vermont
      
Was the First to Be Admitted to the Union After the Ratification of the Consitution
Apple Pie
   is/are an official state food of   
Vermont
Vermont
   has the telephone area code   
802
Peter Shumlin
   is Governor of   
Vermont
Democratic 2011
Vermont
   has   
Maple Trees With Sap Buckets, and Camel Hump Mountain Behind
Joined union in 1791, quarter released in 2001
Shelbourne, Waterbury, Essex
   are all   
Cities in Vermont
Illinois, Louisiana, Vermont
   are all   
US States Named After French Words
Green Mountains
   are situated in   
Vermont
Vermont
   the highest point is   
Mt. Mansfield, 4,393 Feet
Green Mountain National Forest
   is situated in   
Vermont
University of Vermont
   is situated in   
Burlington
United States
Vermont
   has   
008 to 009
U.S.S. Vermont
      
Troop Transport WWI
Commissioned March 1904 -- BB-20
Moonlight In Vermont
   has the opening line   
Pennies in a Stream, Falling Leaves a Sycamore
Moonlight in Vermont. Gentle finger waves. Ski trails down a mountainside. Snowlight in Vermont -- written by John Blackburn and Karl Suessdorf in 1943, each verse, except the bridge, is a haiku. A big hit for Margaret Whiting in 1944
Burlington
   is situated in   
Vermont
Vermont
   has the   
Hermit Thrush
(Catharus guttatus)1941
The Flag of the Vermont Republic (1777-1791), U.S.A.
   was this:   

Vermont
   has a population of   
621,254
50th among all States and Territories
Vermont
      
Has the Only State Capital Without a McDonald's
Montpelier
Vermont
   has the state butterfly   
Monarch
Vermont
   has the state insect   
Honeybee
University of Vermont
   is in   
Burlington
Connecticut River
   runs through   
Vermont
407 miles long
Missisquoi
   is located in   
Vermont
14th
   state to join the union was   
Vermont
March 4, 1791
Vermont
   joined the U.S.A in   
1791
March 4, 1791
Moonlight In Vermont
   was performed by   
Willie Nelson
1973
Pear
   has a variety named   
Vermont Beauty
Calvin Coolidge
   was born in   
Vermont






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