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Jacksonville

Jacksonville

Jacksonville

Whitingham/Jacksonville: a mountain town with a vibrant community, bursting with natural beauty and Vermont charm.

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Marlboro

Marlboro

Marlboro

Marlboro, also called "New Marlborough" prior to 1800, was first granted a charter from the Crown of England in 1751. Since no settlement took place, that charter was forfeited and a second charter was granted in 1761.

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Readsboro

Readsboro

Readsboro

Readsboro is in the southeast corner of Bennington County, bordered by the town of Monroe in Franklin County, Massachusetts, to the south, and by the towns of Whitingham and Wilmington in Windham County, Vermont, to the east.

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Searsburg

Searsburg

Searsburg

Searsburg was chartered on February 23, 1781, by Thomas Chittenden, governor of Vermont, but was not surveyed or allotted until about the year 1800.

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Stamford

Stamford

Stamford

Stamford is one of the oldest towns in Vermont, chartered in 1753 by Benning Wentworth, Governor of New Hampshire.

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Town of Dover

Town of Dover

West Dover

Dover was first settled by Captain Abner Perry in 1779. The earliest part of town was on the eastern side of Dover hill with scattered hilltop farms.

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Wardsboro

Wardsboro

The town was settled about 1779 by Samuel Davis and his wife from Milford, Massachusetts. It was granted and chartered on November 7, 1780 to William Ward of Newfane, for whom the town was named Wardsborough, together with 62 others.

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Whitingham

Whitingham

Jacksonville

Whitingham/Jacksonville: a mountain town with a vibrant community, bursting with natural beauty and Vermont charm.

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Town of Wilmington

Wilmington

Wilmington

Wilmington received an official downtown designation from the state of VT Downtown Program. Wilmington is one of only 26 towns in the state to receive the designation.

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Woodford

Woodford

Woodford

Woodford was originally granted on March 6, 1753, but due to the French and Indian Wars was not settled within the required five years. Land was re-granted August 12, 1762.

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