AWESOME FACTS about VERMONT: State Motto: Freedom and Unity Capital: Montpelier Statehood: 1791 Interesting Facts: Before Vermont became the 14th state, it existed as an independent nation for 14 years. It became independent in 1777 following clashes over land. The development allowed locals to begin printing their currency, enacting laws that banned slavery and established postal service. Dr. Horatio Nelson Jackson was the first to drive an automobile across the U.S. in 1903. He was from Burlington. The inspiration for the journey was a bar bet of $50. The state is undoubtedly the largest producer of maple syrup in the country. It produces a staggering 35 percent of the total supply on the market. A peculiar aspect of Vermont is that its counties and towns have no billboards. In 1968, legislators decided to enact a state-wide ban on the installation of billboards. Vermont is the hometown of Chester A. Arthur, the 21st US President and Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President.
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