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Woodstock, Vermont is a must! The town's central square, called the Green, is bordered by restored late Georgian, Federal Style, and Greek Revival houses. The seasonal presence of wealthy second-home owners from cities such as Boston and New York has contributed to the town's economic vitality and livelihood. The town maintains a free community wi-fi internet service that covers most of the village of Woodstock, dubbed "Wireless Woodstock". Woodstock was named "The Prettiest Small Town in America" by the Ladies Home Journal magazine and in 2011, North and South Park Street and one block of Elm Street won an award for great streetscape by the American Planning Association's "Great Places in America" program.
Windsor was chartered as a town in 1761 and has played many important roles in the state and country's history. In 1777, the signers of the Constitution of the Vermont Republic met at Old Constitution House, a tavern at the time, to declare independence from the British Empire. The Vermont Republic would not become a state until 1791. In 1820, it was the state's largest town, a thriving center for trade and agriculture.
The tools and the methods which make mass production possible were pioneered at the Robbins & Lawrence Armory in Windsor, Vermont. Using precision metal and wood cutting machines and high standards of accuracy, Robbins & Lawrence proved the effectiveness of a new type of manufacturing that would soon be known as the American System. Windsor offers a self guided walking tour featuring over 40 historic structures throughout the community.
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Vermont comes closer than any New England state to realising the quintessential image of small-town Yankee America, with its white churches and red barns, covered bridges and clapboard houses, snowy woods and maple syrup. No city manages a population of more than forty thousand (only Burlington
comes close) and the chief tourist attraction is Ben and Jerry's ice-cream factory in Waterbury
. At 4,393 feet, Mount Mansfield in Lamoille County
is Vermont's highest mountain and is a ski area with terrain suitable for intermediate to expert skiers but a week there in Stowe during the summer can be extremely relaxing too.