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@vermontshots “. . . Vermont's capital city Montpelier is the smallest in the nation with a population of a little over 8000. It may be small but it has great…”

August 20, 1907: USS Vermont BB-20, date and location unknown. Nicknamed the "Great White Fleet" because of the white and spar color of their paint schemes, the 16 pre-dreadnought battleships, including the Vermont, sailed from Hampton Roads on 16 December, standing out to sea under the gaze of President Theodore Roosevelt who had dispatched the ships, around the globe as a dramatic gesture toward Japan, a growing power on the world stage.

Largely because Montpelier acts as a downtown for many of the smaller surrounding communities, this, the nation’s smallest capital city, boasts incredible cultural opportunities. Description from I searched for this on

Located near Montgomery, the covered-bridge capital of Vermont, the Hopkins Covered Bridge crosses t... - Photo: Henk Meijer/Alamy

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10 Great Northeast Getaways to Take This Fall

@Foliage_Reports: Stowe Vermont on Columbus day 2015 Glorious! @gostowe is a great visual treat! #Vistaphotography