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The History Of Lyndonville Vermont & Caledonia County
Lyndonville is a friendly northeastern Vermont college town in an area that offers
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Lyndonville Vermont real estate
Caledonia County was incorporated in 1792 from Orange County, including all that part of Vermont
  

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north of that county, and extending so far west as to include Montpelier and adjacent towns. However, Caledonia County was not fully organized until late 1796, when Danville was made the shire town. In 1811, the state was divided into 11 counties, and the counties of Orleans and Essex were incorporated from Caledonia County. In 1811, 4 towns from Caledonia County were incorporated into Washington County, to which Woodbury was also annexed, in 1836, and Cabot, in 1855. In 1856, the county seat was removed from Danville to St. Johnsbury where new county buildings were built. The county was called "Caledonia" - the ancient Roman name of Scotland, out of regard for the emigrants from that country who had purchased large tracts of land.
 
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