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Addison County is located in the Champlain Valley Region of Vermont. It is bounded to the north by Chittenden County and to the east by Washington, Orange and Windsor Counties. The southernmost border is Rutland County and to the west is New York State. The county seat is Middlebury, home to Middlebury College, founded in 1800.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Bennington County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Bennington County is located in Southern Vermont. It is bounded to the north by Rutland County and to the east by Windham and Windsor Counties. The southernmost border is the state of Massachusetts and to the west is New York State. The county seats are Bennington and Manchester. The census, as of 2000 indicates 36,994 people, 14,846 households, and 9,917 families residing in the county.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Caledonia County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Caledonia County is located in the Northeast Kingdom region of Vermont. It is bounded to the north by Orleans County and to the east by Essex County and the state of New Hampshire. The southernmost border is Orange County and to the west is Lamoille County. The county seat is Saint Johnsbury. As of 2000, the population was 29,702.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Chittenden County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Chittenden County is located in the Champlain Valley region of Vermont. It is bounded to the north by Franklin County and to the east by Lamoille and Washington Counties. The southernmost border is Addison County and to the west is Grand Isle County and the state of New York. The county seat is Burlington. As of 2000, the population was 146,571.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Essex County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Essex County is located in the Northeast Kingdom region of Vermont. It is bounded to the north by Canada and to the east by the state of New Hampshire. To the west is Orleans County and Caledonia County. The county seat is Guildhall. As of the census of 2000, there are 6,459 people, 2,602 households, and 1,805 families residing in the county.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Franklin County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Franklin County is bounded to the north by lower Canada, east by Orleans County, south-east and south by Lamoille County, south by Chittenden County, and west by Lake Champlain. As of 2000, the population is 45,417. Its shire town is St. Albans.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Grand Isle County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Grand Isle county comprises a group of islands in Lake Champlain, and a point of land jutting into the north part of that lake on the south side of the Canada line, on which Alburgh is situated. North Hero is the county town.

This county contains about eighty square miles; most of the land is level and excellent for grazing and tillage. Grand Isle has no considerable streams, but its navigable facilities are very great, It was first settled about the close of revolutionary war.

(Gazetteer of Vermont, by John Hayward, 1849, p. 66)

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Lamoille County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Lamoille County was established in 1836. It is bounded north by Franklin and Orleans Counties, east by Orleans and Caledonia Counties, south by Washington County, and west by Chittenden and a part of Franklin counties. This county lies on the Green Mountain range, and is the source of many streams. The River Lamoille passes nearly through its centre, and with its tributaries, gives the county a great hydraulic power. Hyde Park is the shire town.

(Gazetteer of Vermont by John Hayward, 1849, p. 79)

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Orange County is bounded northeast by Caledonia County, to the east by Grafton County, New Hampshire, southeast by Windsor County, west by Addison County, and northwest by Washington County. Land area is 689 square miles and the shire town is Chelsea. As of 2000, the population is 28,226.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Orleans County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Orleans County is bounded to the north by Lower Canada, east by Essex and Caledonia Counties, south by Caledonia County, and west by Franklin and Lamoille Counties. The county lies between the eastern and western ranges of the Green Mountains. As of 2000, the population is 26,277. Its shire town is Newport.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Rutland County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Rutland County is bounded on the north by Addison County, to the east by Windsor County, south by Bennington County and to the west Lake Champlain and the state of New York.

The county was incorporated in February, 1781 and the Shire Town is Rutland. As of 2000, there are 63,400 people, 25,678 households, and 16,742 families residing in the county.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Washington County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Washington County located close to the center of the state with the principle part lying between ranges of the Green Mountains. It is bounded on the north by Lamoille and parts of Chittenden and Caledonia Counties, east by Caledonia County, south by Orange and Addison Counties, and west by Addison and Chittenden Counties. It was incorporated in 1810, by the name of Jefferson, and took its present name in 1814.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Windham County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Windham County is located in the Southern Region of Vermont. It is bounded to the north by Windsor County and to the east by the Connecticut River. The southernmost border is the state of Massachusetts and to the west is Bennington County. The county seat is Newfane and as of the year 2000, the population was 44,216.

Only regional guides, directories, organizations with members located in, or information on, more than one town in Windsor County belong in this category. Information which pertains to only one town or city should be submitted to the appropriate locality.

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Windsor County is bounded north by the county of Orange, east by the Connecticut River, south by Windham County, and west by Rutland and a part of Addison County. As of 2000, the population is 57,418. Its shire town is Woodstock.

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