ⓘ Peru, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Peru, Vermont

Peru is a town in Bennington County, Vermont, United States. The population was 375 at the 2010 census. Originally known as Bromley, the town name was changed to "Peru" by the land grantees as a way of attracting land buyers to an area that had been described as 36 square miles of "trees, bears and mountain lions".

                                     
  • District is a one member state Representative district in the U.S. state of Vermont It is one of the 108 one or two member districts into which the state
  • Forest covers 118 acres 0.48 km2 in Peru Vermont in Bennington County. The forest is managed by the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks, and Recreation
  • The Peru Peak Wilderness is one of eight wilderness areas in the Green Mountain National Forest in the U.S. state of Vermont It was created by the Vermont
  • Otter Creek is the longest river entirely contained within the borders of Vermont Roughly 112 miles 180 km long, it is the primary watercourse running
  • called Peru Peru Kansas Peru Maine Peru Massachusetts Peru Missouri Peru Nebraska Peru State College, in Peru Nebraska Peru New York Peru Pennsylvania
  • Vermont Route 11 abbreviated VT 11 is an east west state highway in Vermont United States. The western end of the highway is at Vermont Route 7A in
  • Batchelder 1842 1925 was a Vermont lawyer and politician. Batchelder was born on November 10, 1842, in Peru Vermont the son of Ira K. and Nancy Barnard
  • border with Vermont The Ausable River forms part of the south town line, and the Little Ausable River flows eastward through the south part of Peru The Adirondack
  • east of the town of Bromley now Peru from Windham and Windsor Counties. From 26 June 1781 until 23 February 1782, Vermont attempted to annex part of New