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    Born in Vermont
    (Settled 1783, incorporated 1865)
    Largest city in Vermont, accounting for a third of all state residents
    Named for Richard Boyle, Third Earl of Burlington
    Situated near the Adirondack Mountains
    Nicknamed ‘West Coast of New England’ and ‘Queen City of Vermont’
    Population: nearly 39,000 (2000 census)
    For each resident of Montpelier, Burlington has nearly 20.
    More than nine in ten residents are white.
    Ted Bundy was a native of the area.
    It was shelled by the British Army (August 1813), with the American forces being cited as either weak or ignorant.
    Lake Champlain is a prime source of snowsqualls (abrupt and moderately heavy snowfall).
    It houses the University of Vermont and the Ohavi Zedek (‘Lovers of Justice’) synagogue.
    Phish formed here.
    Grace Coolidge was a native of the area.
    Me, Myself and Irene and What Lies Beneath (both 2000) were filmed here.
    Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream originated here, later moving to South Burlington.
    The Church Street Marketplace is a major shopping attraction.
    It is hailed as a cross between Montreal and Boston.

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