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A Record of Educational Vermont Facts and History

The United States of America is well known for being the most powerful country in the human society and is now functioning the role as the leader of a vast interconnected global system that helped to usher in groundbreaking prosperity and low levels of conflict. As we all know, the United States of America is composed of 50 states, one of this State is Vermont. Vermont belongs to the 50 States of America and this is a part of the New England region along with New Hampshire. This state was the first state admitted to the Union after the ratification of the constitution with a small population of fewer than 9,000 people. In Vermont, the Montpelier serves as the smallest state capital in the United States. There are many facts to know about Vermont. Vermont is the only state capital in the United States that do not have the famous fast-food McDonalds.  In Vermont, billboards and advertising are considered as illegal and are highly regulated.

Unlike other states, you cannot see posters or advertisement of McDonalds or Starbucks or even for the company’s place located anywhere, business has their own premises and must follow strict guidelines. It is also said that Vermont has the greatest number of dairy cows in the country not congruent with the number of people, wherein the number of a cows is more than its people. It is also in Vermont where to find the largest production of maple syrup in the United States that produces more than 500, 000 gallons of maple syrup every year and it is also the state of Vermont that has the largest employer that it employs not under 400,000 people worldwide. Until recently, the only way for the people of Vermont to get a driver’s license is to drive to Montpelier. The Vermont was claimed by New York and New Hampshire as their own for a various time and is the only state without a Wal- Mart in 1996. The game snow golf that is being played in the U.S. was invented by Rudyard Kipling.

He lives in Vermont in the year 1890’s that made Vermont as a well-known one of the only two states in America offering snowboarding as a varsity sport that comes with a state championship. Vermont is also well disciplined. You should have the required Liquor ID so that you will be allowed to buy any alcohol at stores, latest post here. It is not applicable to the registered bars though. The Vermont Teddy Bear Company is the headquartered in Vermont that serves as the largest producers of teddy bears via mail or by the internet, the company produces by hand for almost 150,000 per year via delivery. The famous ice cream that everybody loves, the ice cream from Ben and Jerry also began here in Vermont by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield. These two were childhood friends from New York who turned their ice cream dream into a reality, establishing and making their own ice cream business.