The Charming Small Town In Vermont That Was Named After A Waterfall
Bellows Falls is a small historic town, with a population of around 3000 residents, located in Windham County, Vermont. Prior to being named Bellows Falls, the town was given the name Great Falls by settlers who arrived in the area in the 1750s due to the 50-feet waterfall along the nearby Connecticut River. Later on, the town was renamed after Colonel Benjamin Bellows, a landowner in the community, and the waterfall. Continue on to learn more about this charming town in Vermont.
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