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Vermont 230th Anniversary of Statehood (1791): March 4, 2021

Press Release Number CB21-SFS.26

From the Guide to 2010 State and Local Census Geography — Vermont — History:

“The area of Vermont was part of the original territory of the United States. It was included in the Charter of New England in 1620, but was later included in grants creating New York in 1664 and 1674. Representatives of 51 towns in the present area declared an independent state of “New Connecticut alias Vermont” in 1777, but also referred to the area as the “New Hampshire Grants.” New York consented to the statehood separation of Vermont, which was admitted to the Union on February 18, 1791, as the 14th state, with generally the same boundary as the present state.

“Census data for Vermont are available beginning with the 1790 census.”

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division (Annual Estimates of the Resident Population).

Source: 2019 American Community Survey (ACS) 1-Year Estimates.

From Foreign Trade > U.S. International Trade Data:

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From the Statistics in Schools (SIS) program:

From U.S. Census Bureau History:

Page Last Revised - October 8, 2021
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