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Clarendon, Vermont

 

-Year incorporated or chartered: 1761

-Unincorporated villages and settlements: E. Clarendon, N. Clardendon, Clarendon Springs

-In the ninteenth and early twentieth century, Clarendon Springs was a fashionable spa resort destination. One of the primary places to stay during this time was the Clarendon House hotel.

-According to the 2000 census, Clarendon's population was 2811.

-Things that run through Clarendon: U.S. Route 7, the Cold River, the Mad River.

-Hometown of George F. Emmons (1811-1884), naval officer on the Peacock when it discovered the Antarctic Continent.

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