These 14 Photos of Vermont In The 1970s Are Mesmerizing
Contrary to popular belief, Vermont is not a state filled with tie-dye wearing dead heads, and if there ever was a period in time we would expect to see hippies (or disco fanatics) it would be the 1970s. After all, the 70s bridge the gap between the hippie movement and the new age of disco. Only In Vermont has uncovered some photos of Vermont in the 1970s depicting real Vermonters who didn’t fall into either category, rather, they exemplify the hard working people that continue to populate Vermont today. Let’s take a trip back a few decades into the 70s and have a look.
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We love our hard working characters that make up the wonderful state of Vermont! Do you have any old photos of Vermont in the 1970s that you cherish? Let us know below, we love to hear from you.
The answer is a resounding YES. Not only does Vermont have stunning landscapes and endless natural locations to enjoy, but the state also has excellent food, safe cities, great schools, and down-to-earth people. Vermont is an environmentally aware place that focuses on healthy living styles and is socially and environmentally aware and considerate, which all makes Vermont a welcoming and prosperous place for all.
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 stereotypes are there about Vermont?
Where to even start… First of all, Vermont is simply an amazing state that has so much to offer, like gorgeous and peaceful nature areas. But one stereotype about Vermont is that there’s not much else except mountains, forests, lakes, and more nature. Vermont also has the stereotype of being the holiday destination place for city folk like New Yorkers, Bostonians, and Montrealers. Some other prevalent stereotypes are that we never have a spring season or that our winters last half a year. In reality, Vermont has much more to offer than just cold temperatures and nature spots.
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