ⓘ Marshfield, Vermont

                                     

ⓘ Marshfield, Vermont

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 43.4 square miles 112.4 km 2, of which 43.1 square miles 111.6 km 2, 99.29% is land and 0.3 square miles 0.8 km 2, 0.71% is water.

                                     
  • Marshfield is a village in the town of Marshfield in Washington County, Vermont United States. The population was 273 at the 2010 census. According to
  • Register of Historic Places Marshfield Vermont a town Marshfield village Vermont in the town Marshfield Wisconsin Marshfield Station, New Hampshire
  • Washington - 6 District includes all of the Washington County towns of Calais, Marshfield and Plainfield. As of the 2000 census, the state as a whole had a population
  • state park in Cabot and Marshfield Vermont surrounding 411 - acre Molly s Falls Pond, a reservoir that is also known as Marshfield Reservoir. This is an
  • park near Marshfield Vermont in the United States. It is one of seven state parks located in Groton State Forest. The park is on Vermont Route 232 two
  • spanning the Winooski River off United States Route 2 in southern Marshfield Vermont Built about 1890, it is the only surviving historic covered bridge
  • Theodore Wood House is a historic house at 1420 Hollister Hill Road in Marshfield Vermont Built about 1887, it is the only known surviving work of Chester
  • lived in Marshfield Vermont where they raised three children. While in Marshfield Thomas taught art at Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont In 1971
  • of Plainfield, Vermont Located in northernmost Plainfield on United States Route 2 and extending a shortway into adjacent Marshfield the village grew
  • was formerly known as the Groton Marshfield State Highway, a state - maintained highway. In 1957, by an act of the Vermont State Legislature, the route received