Vermont White Pages, United States

You may know Vermont for its beautiful landscape and its maple syrup, but the Green Mountain State is also notable for its political individuality among the fifty states. Vermont white pages is an online phonebook where you can find people by their phone numbers. The database contains names, addresses, social profiles, and public records linked to the owner of a Vermont phone number. Using the information you access on the white pages can help you identify an unknown caller, reconnect with lost contacts, and also avoid phone scams.

Vermont At A Glance

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  • Became A US state — March 4, 1791 (14th state)
  • Capital: Montpelier
  • Population: 645,000 (2021)
  • Size: 9,616 square miles (6th smallest state)
  • Nickname: Green Mountain State
  • Motto: “Freedom and Unity”
  • State Tree: Sugar Maple
  • State Flower: Red Clover
  • State Bird: Hermit Thrush
  • State Beverage: Milk

10 Quick Facts About Vermont

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  • Vermont is the first non-colonial territory to join the Union. 
  • Vermont was an independent country before joining the Union, with its own currency and political system. 
  • Vermont banned slavery in 1777 — before it joined the Union. 
  • The Green Mountain State is the largest producer of maple syrup in the country. 
  • The state enacted a law that bans billboards to protect the natural scenery. 
  • There are no skyscrapers in Vermont — the tallest building in the state, Decker Towers, is 11 stories tall.
  • Vermont did not have a Walmart until 1996 — the last state to have one.
  • The first monthly Social Security benefit check, worth $22.54, was issued to Ida May Fuller, a resident of Ludlow, Vermont, on January 31, 1940.
  • Vermont wrote history as the first state to recognize civil unions between same-sex couples. 
  • Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the United States.

Largest cities or towns in Vermont

BurlingtonBrattleboroWhite River Junction
South BurlingtonSt. JohnsburyWest Rutland
Essex JunctionSpringfieldWindsor
BenningtonBellows FallsMorrisville
BarreWest BrattleboroNorthfield
WinooskiVergennesNorth Bennington
MontpelierMiltonManchester Center
St. AlbansFair HavenWaterbury