Here’s What Life In Vermont Looked Like In 1940
Vermont history is a long and fascinating study. Some things in Vermont have changed, others have stayed the same. Here are some amazing photos from 1940 that show us what Vermont life looked like in the Green Mountain State over 75 years ago. Let’s take a look at these historic photos of Vermont.
What are some moments of the history of Vermont will you never forget? Let us know below in the comments section. We look forward to hearing your thoughts and reading your stories.
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Where can I find more of the best photos of Vermont?
If you are looking for more old historic photos of Vermont, Vermonthistory.org offers a great collection of fascinating Vermont photos, where you can find all sorts of old gems, along with other resources. If you are looking for landscape photography of Vermont’s pristine countryside, there are several books and online places to check out as well. The best is to go to a local bookstore and browse around the VT section.
What are the best things about living in Vermont?
A few things that make Vermont truly a great place to live are: access to pristine and natural areas and parks, organic and healthy food, environmentally and socially aware residents, friendly locals, and a relaxed and casual way of living life. Vermont is an amazing place to call home if you are looking forward to living in a little city or small town. If you’re fond of the outdoors and want to live a healthy and slow-paced life, Vermont is simply one of the best places to live in the U.S.
What stereotypes are there about Vermont?
Vermont is a wonderful state that has so much to offer, but some think that all we have is nature and wilderness. So, the first stereotype about Vermont is that there’s not a whole lot except for mountains, forests, lakes, and more nature. Vermont also has the stereotype of being the holiday destination spot for city folk. Some other prevalent stereotypes are that we never have a spring season and that our winters last half a year. In reality, Vermont has much more to offer than just cold temperatures and nature spots (see above).