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Geography of Vermont- Map of Vermont - Worldatlas.com
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Best state in America: Vermont, for its healthy kids
(Washington Post Opinions, Reid Wilson, 06/20/2014)
Vermont governor signs end-of-life bill
(USA Today, Google)
Income inequality: America's worst states - Yahoo Homes
The states that rank worst of all for
inequality are concentrated in the South, followed by the East Coast. The
Midwest fares best among regions -- but the single best-ranking state is
Jennifer Karmon, Spaces, 10/03/2014
What's America's Booziest State?
Yahoo Food, Dave Infante and Chris Kolmar, Thrillist, 11/20/2014
1. Oregon, 2.
Vermont, 6. Wisconsin, 7. Washington, 8. Nevada, 9.
Wyoming, 10. Maine, ...
41. Florida, 42. Oklahoma, 43. South Carolina, 44.
Maryland, 45. Tennessee, 46.
Mason-Dixon Line map and information
Bible Belt - Wikipedia
Booze blues: Utah's laws make it tricky to get a drink -
Fox News Alicia Acuna, 01/31/2013
Contiguous United States
- Wikipedia the 48 adjoining
U.S. states plus
Washington, D.C. (federal
district) ... The term excludes the
non-contiguous states of
Hawaii and all off-shore
United States territories
America, States & D.C.
The Best (And Worst) States For Clean Energy
Huffington Post, 11/24/2014,
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10 Best States: 1.
Island, 4. Vermont, 5.
Connecticut, 7. New York, 8. Washington, 9. Maryland, 10.
10 Worst States: 1.
6. West Virginia, 7. Louisiana, 8. Missouri, 9.
Nebraska, 10. South Carolina
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The 5 most dangerous (and 5 safest) states in America
MSN Money, Alexander Kent and Thomas C. Frohlich, 24/7 Wall St
Vermont, 2. Maine, 3.
Virginia, 4. Wyoming, 5. Kentucky
Most Dangerous: 1.
2. New Mexico, 3. Nevada, 4. Tennessee, 5. Louisiana
January 21, 1738
Ethan Allen is captured - Sep 25, 1775 - HISTORY.com
Presidents: Founding Fathers
born February 7, 1804
John Deere - Inventor - Biography.com
(inventor) - Wikipedia February 7, 1804 – May 17, 1886, an
manufacturer who founded
Deere & Company, one of
the largest and leading agricultural and construction equipment manufacturers in
the world. Born in
Rutland, Vermont, Deere
moved to Illinois and invented the first commercially successful
steel plow in 1837.
Deere & Company (John Deere developed a
steel plow in 1937)
Farmers' Almanac TV: John Deere, The Man - YouTube
History of John Deere - YouTube
John Deere Tractor &
born October 5, 1829
Chester A. Arthur #21
Chester A. Arthur biorgraphy.com
The Presidents Number 21 Chester A. Arthur - YouTube
President Chester Arthur Biography - YouTube
Chester A. Arthur - Wikipedia
October 5, 1829 – November 18,
1886, an American attorney and politician who served as the 21st
President of the United States
(1881–85); he succeeded
James A. Garfield upon
At the outset, Arthur struggled to overcome a slightly negative reputation,
which stemmed from his early career in politics as part of
political machine. He
succeeded by embracing the cause of
civil service reform. His
advocacy for, and subsequent enforcement of, the
Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act
was the centerpiece of his administration.
HIS 202 21. President Chester Arthur - YouTube
Presidents in Our Backyard -- Chester Arthur Clip #1 - YouTube
Presidents In Our Backyard -- Chester Arthur Clip #2 - YouTube
born July 4, 1872 Calvin Coolidge
Calvin Coolidge | whitehouse.gov
Calvin Coolidge - Wikipedia
July 4, 1872 – January 5, 1933,
President of the United States
Calvin Coolidge #30
born February 3, 1894
Norman Rockwell A collection of 337 paintings (HD) - YouTube
Norman Rockwell - Painter, Illustrator - Biography.com
Norman Rockwell - Wikipedia
February 3, 1894 – November 8,
1978, a 20th-century American author, painter and illustrator. His works enjoy a
broad popular appeal in the United States for their reflection of
Rockwell is most famous for the cover illustrations of everyday life he created
The Saturday Evening Post
magazine over nearly five decades.
Among the best-known of Rockwell's works are the
Willie Gillis series,
Rosie the Riveter,
The Problem We All Live With,
Saying Grace, and the
Four Freedoms series.
New York |
Norman Rockwell |
Norman Rockwell Museum - The
Home for American Illustration
Norman Rockwell Museum (Rutland, VT) Top Tips Before You
Go - TripAdvisor
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