ⓘ Irasburg, Vermont
Irasburg is a town in Orleans County, Vermont, United States. Irasburg was established in 1781 when the land was granted to Ira Allen, Roger Enos, Jerusha Enos, Jerusha Enos, Jr., Roger Enos, Jr. and others by the Vermont General Assembly. Ira Allen later obtained the rights of the other proprietors, and he deeded the town to Jerusha Enos, Jr. as a wedding gift.
In 2010 the US census reported that there were 1096 citizens living in Irasburg. Irasburg total area of 40.6 sq. km 105 km 2, 40.5 square miles 105 km 2 Land I. 1 0.26 square miles km 2 water.
On average, it snows 9 out of 12 months in a year.
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- station licensed to Irasburg Vermont It is owned by Vermont Broadcast Associates, Inc., and airs a country music radio format. Vermont Broadcast Associates
- Bridge is a replica of a historic bridge on Back Coventry Road in Irasburg Vermont Built in 2000, it is a replacement for a 19th - century bridge which
- responsible for the education of students in the Vermont towns of Albany, Barton, Brownington, Glover, Irasburg Orleans, and Westmore. This requires maintaining
- birth year in some of the books cited here, such as Men of Vermont He moved to Irasburg with his family at age 14, and after completing his education
- wind through Lowell, crossing into the town of Irasburg The route continues southeast through Irasburg doing the same southeast northeast jog it made
- School during his early years. Mosher lived with his wife, Phillis, in Irasburg Vermont They had a grown son and a daughter. He was a die - hard Red Sox fan