- Capital City: Montpelier (pop.) 7,821 (2010 est.)
(least populous state capital in the U.S.)
- Vermont Population: 626,011 (2012 est.) (49th)
- Vermont Population: (per square mile)
- U.S. State Populations: (all states)
- Currency: U.S. Dollar (conversion rates)
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- Vermont Quarter: The Vermont quarter is the fourth quarter in the 2001 series released in the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program.
Vermont was admitted into the Union on March 4, 1791 becoming our Nation's 14th State. The quarter's design honors the "Green Mountain State", the first state to be admitted to the Union after the original 13 colonies.
Vermont is famous for skiing and the production of maple sugar and syrup. Featured on the coin is Camel's Hump Mountain with maple trees and sap buckets in the forefront. Camel's Hump Mountain features a unique double-humped profile and is one of the highest peaks in Vermont.
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- Language: English, others
- Largest Cities: (by population) Burlington, Rutland, South Burlington, Barre, Essex Junction, Montpelier
- Name: The name, Vermont, is derived from the French language, "vert mont", meaning "green mountain".
- Statehood: March 4, 1791 (14th state)
Vermont Cities, Counties & Area Codes
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