When Did Vermont Become a State?

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Vermont is the 14th state accepted into the union. Vermont became a state on March 4, 1791. The very first state is Delaware and it was declared a state on December 7, 1787.
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The state of Vermont joined the Union in 1791 and was the 14th state. The capital city of Vermont is Montpelier and the largest city is Burlington.
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Answer Our beautiful awesome state Vermont became a state on March 4th, 1791. It was then the 14th state of the United States.
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In 1791, Vermont became the 14th state in the United States. The first state to be
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1. Obtain an "Application and Official Oath" form. It can be found on the Vermont Judiciary's web site. Find a link to the form in Resources. 2. Fill out the application
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Vermont became the 14th state on March 4, 1791.
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