Vermont Historical Locales

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Adams Grist Mill Windham Bellows Falls
Alburg Rouses Point Ferry Grand Isle Rouses Point
Alburg-Swanton Ferry Grand Isle East Alburg
Bayonne Camp Rutland Rochester
Beemans Corners Addison Orwell
Bingo Camp Addison Bread Loaf
Burbees Mill Windham Windham
Camp Number Five Essex Monadnock Mountain
Camp Number Four Essex Monadnock Mountain
Camp Number Three Essex Monadnock Mountain
Cold Spring Camp Essex Averill
Conicut Station Orange Newbury
Cow Meadow Crossing Orange Newbury
Franklin County Rod and Gun Club Franklin Saint Albans
Hogback Ski Area Windham Jacksonville
Kamp Kill Kare Franklin Saint Albans Bay
Kenyon Sawmill Washington Bolton Mountain
Little Woolen Company Mill Washington Plainfield
Maynard Sawmill Bennington Dorset
Miller Camp Franklin Enosburg Falls
Montcalm Landing Addison Ticonderoga
Moore and Thompson Paper Mill Windham Bellows Falls
North Dorset Farms Bennington Dorset
Old Maid Place Lighthouse Rutland Putnam
Old Red Mill and Mill House Chittenden Underhill
P.O.R.C. Winter Sports Area Bennington Danby
Sacred Heart Camp Grand Isle Rouses Point
Shortsleve Mink Farm Orleans Lowell
Snow Valley Ski Area Bennington Peru
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