Documentary History of American Water-works

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New England States Vermont

Vermont

Vermont became a state in 1791.


References
1835 An act, incorporating Acqueduct Associations within this State, and giving them certain powers and privileges, November 4, 1835.

1995 New Hampshire-Vermont Interstate Public Water Supply Compact


Alphabetical
Bakersfield
Bellows Falls
Brattleboro
Brandon
Bristol
Burlington
Canaan
Derby Center
East Wallingford
Fair Haven
Guildhall
Hyde Park
Island Pond
Irasburg
Jacksonville
Lunenberg
Manchester
Middlebury
Montpelier
Newport
Northfield
Norwich
Pittsford
Plainfield
Randolph
Randolph Center
Rutland
St. Albans
St. Johnsbury
Springfield
Starksboro
Troy
Vergennes
Wallingford
Waterbury
Westminster
Windsor
Winooski
Woodstock

Chronological
1788 1
Westminster
1794 2 Rutland
1800 3 St. Albans
1804 4 Middlebury
1807 5 Montpelier
1808
Windsor
1809 6
Vergennes
1811 7 Brattleboro
1811 8 Bristol
1813 9
St. Johnsbury
1813 10 Springfield
1815 11 Woodstock
1816
Pittsford
1820 12
Wallingford
1821 13 Burlington
1821
Manchester
1828 14 Bellows Falls
1828 15
Starksboro
1832 16
Norwich
1834
Randolph Center
1840 17 Bakersfield
1841 18 Guildhall
1849 19 Windsor
1850 20 Hyde Park
1851 21 Lunenberg
1852
Irasburg
1854 22 Northfield
1856 23 Plainfield
1858
Canaan
1860
Jacksonville
1861
Derby Center
1863 24 Newport
1863 25 Troy
1865
Brandon
1865 26
Winooski
1870 27 Randolph Center
1871 28 East Wallingford
1878 29 Randolph
1879 30 Brandon
1879 31 Island Pond
1879 32 Waterbury
1880 33 Fair Haven
Note: The second column in the chronological table above shows the order in which systems were built in the state. Where no number is shown, a system was proposed but not built.


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