Vermont State Symbols, Facts & Info
The United States of America accepted Vermont as the 14th state to enter the union. Below, you will find the official state symbols and interesting facts about Vermont.
Date of Statehood:
March 4, 1791
623,050 (US Census 2005 estimate)
Agriculture in Vermont is diverse with everything produced from emus to sheep milk cheese. Milk, cheese, ice cream, butter, yogurt and other popular dairy goods are produced from Vermont's rich milk. Vermont is also the largest producer of maple syrup and also produces substantial crops of Macintosh apples, potatoes, eggs, honey, vegetables, Christmas trees, lumber, pulp wood and green house nursery products.
Production of electronic components and equipment, machine tools, specialty consumer products, wood products, quarried and finished stone, printing, computer chips, canoes, tombstones and teddy bears.
The Green Mountain State
Freedom and unity.
Red Clover (Legislation of 1895)
Sugar Maple (Legislation of 1949)
Hermit Thrush (Legislation of 1941)
Brook Trout (Legislation of 1978)
Honey Bee (Legislation of 1977)
Grossular Garnet (Legislation of 1991)
Official State Seal:
Official State Flag:
State Commemorative Quarter:
From the 1999-2008 United States Mint 50 State Quarters® Program
State Postage Stamp:
From the 2002 United States Postal Service
Greetings from America series.
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