Presidential Range (Green Mountains)

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The Presidential Range of the Green Mountains is a mountain range in the U.S. state of Vermont. Its major peaks are named for several U.S. presidents of the period from the Civil War through World War I.

From north to south (which corresponds to the chronological order of the corresponding presidencies), this Presidential Range includes

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Coordinates: 44°5′N 72°55′W / 44.083°N 72.917°W / 44.083; -72.917 (Presidential Range)

44°7.99′N 72°55.73′W / 44.13317°N 72.92883°W / 44.13317; -72.92883 (Nancy Hanks Peak) 44°7.62′N 72°55.68′W / 44.12700°N 72.92800°W / 44.12700; -72.92800 (Lincoln Peak) 44°7.22′N 72°56.17′W / 44.12033°N 72.93617°W / 44.12033; -72.93617 (Mount Abraham) 44°3.13′N 72°55.56′W / 44.05217°N 72.92600°W / 44.05217; -72.92600 (Mount Grant) 44°2.78′N 72°54.47′W / 44.04633°N 72.90783°W / 44.04633; -72.90783 (Mount Cleveland) 44°1.21′N 72°55.07′W / 44.02017°N 72.91783°W / 44.02017; -72.91783 (Mount Roosevelt) 44°0.28′N 72°55.53′W / 44.00467°N 72.92550°W / 44.00467; -72.92550 (Mount Wilson)