The Green Mountain State
- State Site: Official Web Site of the State of Vermont
- Capital City:
- Many towns temporary between 1777 and 1805. Montpelier, since 1805.
- Postal: VT
- Traditional: Vt.
- Admission to Union:
- Adoption Records: Vermont Adoption Registry
- Ancestry / Genealogy:
- Apartments: Vermont Apartments
- Area Codes: Vermont Area Codes
- Biographies: Notable Vermonters
- Birth Records: Birth Certificates
- Border States:
- Citizens: Vermont Citizens
- Climate: Climatology For Vermont
- Constitution: Vermont's Constitutions, 14th state to enter the Union.
- County Profile: Vermont Counties
- Courts: Vermont Judiciary
- Current Events: Vermont News
- Death Records: Death Certificates
- Department of: Vermont Agencies & Departments
- Driving: Licenses, Permits & ID's
- Services: The community, business and personal services group is the most valuable
services group in Vermont. Its main sources of income are private health care, hotels and ski resorts,
law firms and repair shops. Ranking in second place is the finance, insurance and real estate services
group based on the buying and selling of homes, particularly vacation homes. The state's major financial
center is Burlington. Wholesale trade (food products, plastic products, wood products) and retail trade
(discount stores, food stores, service stations) account for the third most valuable service industry
- Agriculture: About 3/4 of Vermont's agricultural income is generated by the sale
of dairy products. Other livestock products are beef cattle and sheep. Vermont is a leading maple-syrup
producing state and also produces many specialty food products such as cheese, ice cream and sauces.
Leading vegetables grown in the state are potatoes and sweet corn. Apples are the largest fruit crop.
Hay, oats and corn are grown to feed Vermont livestock.
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- Manufacturing: By far, the production of electrical equipment (semiconductors,
electrical components)is Vermont's most important manufacturing activity. One of the largest electronics
companies in the world produces computer components in a large plant near Burlington. Production of
food products (dairy products, bakery goods) ranks second in the state followed by manufacture of
machinery (machines for making semiconductors and machine tools).
- Mining: Granite is the big mined product in Vermont where the largest granite
quarries in the country are found. Other mined Vermont products include limestone, marble, sand and
gravel, slate and talc.
- Genealogical Resources:
- Geographic Center: Vermont Geography
- Highest Point: Mount Mansfield, 4,393 feet above sea level.
- Highway Markers: Vermont
- Judiciary: Vermont Judiciary
- Largest Cities: 10 Largest Cities
- Legislature: The State of Vermont Legislature
- Library: Vermont Department of Libraries
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- License Plates: Vermont
- Lottery: Vermont Lottery
- Lowest Point: Lake Champlain, 95 feet above sea level.
- Maps: Vermont Maps
- Marriage: Vermont Marriage Certificates
- Motor Vehicles: Department of Motor Vehicles
- Museums: Vermont Museums
- National Forests:
- National Parks: National Parks in Vermont
- Natural Resources: Valuable mineral sources, fertile soil and forests that cover about 4/5 of the
state are Vermont's natural resources. The state's hardwood trees include maples, birches, beeches, ashes
and poplars. Softwood trees include spruces, red and white pines, hemlocks and cedars. The state has
large granite, marble, slate (official state rocks) and talc deposits.
- Newspapers: Vermont
- Nickname: for Vermont
- Non-transients: Find A Grave
- Online Services: Vermont Online Services
- Origin of State's name: Vermont
- Political Cartoons: PoliticalCartoons.com
- Road Side America: Vermont
- Senior Citizens: Department of Aging & Independent Living
- Song: These Green Mountains
- State Parks: Vermont State Parks
- State Quarter: Vermont
- Symbols: Vermont Symbols
- Tax Forms:
- Topography: State Topography Image: Vermont
- Unclaimed Funds: Unclaimed Property
- Veteran Affairs: Department of Veterans Affairs
- Vital Records: Vermont Vital Records
- Voting: Elections and Campaign Finance Division
- Web Cams: Vermont Webcams
- Zip Codes:
- Zoos: (None known)