Vermont State Historic Sites

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Vermont State Historic Sites are owned and administered by the U.S. state of Vermont's Division for Historic Preservation, a part of the Vermont Agency of Commerce & Community Development. Vermont State Historic Sites reflect the cultural heritage of the state, and chronicle the state's history from earliest human settlement, through Native American tribes, French colonial settlement, the period of the Revolutionary War and Vermont Republic, two presidential birthplaces, a shipwreck, and covered bridges.

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