ⓘ Barton, Vermont
Barton is a town in Orleans County, Vermont, United States. The population was 2.780 at the 2000 census. The town includes two incorporated villages, Barton and Orleans. Approximately 30% of the towns population lived in the village of Orleans, 27% in the village of Barton, and 43% outside the villages. Only four other towns in the state contain two incorporated villages.
The headquarters of the state sample Nulhegan Abenaki tribe is located here.
- The Barton River is a tributary of Lake Memphremagog, over 22 miles 35 km long, in northern Vermont in the United States. It runs north from Glover
- Barton is a village located near the center of the town of Barton in Orleans County, Vermont United States. The population was 742 at the 2000 census
- The Chronicle is a weekly newspaper published in Barton Vermont Circulation was 8, 500 in 1998. The paper had 260 original subscribers in 1974 and this
- down in 1980. In the early 1900s, Barton Academy ranked eighth among all high schools, public and private, in Vermont The Academy closed in 1967, replaced
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- Orleans is a village in the northwestern corner of Barton Orleans County, Vermont United States. With a population of 826 at the 2000 census, it is
- Crystal Lake is near the village of Barton in Orleans County, Vermont It is a glacial lake 3 by 1 mile 4.8 by 1.6 km and 100 feet 30 m deep in places
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- The King Block is a historic apartment house at 117 High Street, Barton Vermont United States. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic