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Map of Rutland County, VT 1854

CD-ROM Contents

The CD-ROM contains these town and village maps arranged in a book like format and provided as a high quality PDF file. The PDF contains a clickable list of towns to provide for easy navigation and printing*.
Sample PDF

To view a sample of what the publication looks like, click on the link below, or right click and 'save target as' to download to your computer. 

NOTE:  This file is small compared to the original, but it is around 1.5mb and may be slow for dialup users
  Map of Rutland 1854 Sample PDF

This is a greatly reduced quality copy of the entire publication.
Names are illegible, but this demonstrates the publication format and gives a visual reference for what is included.

Table of Contents
Towns in upper case, villages in lower case
 
BENSON
Benson
BRANDON
Brandon
Forrestdale
CASTLETON
Castleton
Hydeville
CHITTENDEN
CLARENDON
DANBY
FAIRHAVEN
Fairhaven
HUBBARDTON
IRA
MENDON
MIDDLETOWN
MT HOLLY
MT TABOR
PAWLET
PITTSFIELD
Pittsfield
 
PITTSFORD
Grangerville
Hitchcockville
Pittsford
Pittsford Mills
POULTNEY
East Poultney
West Poultney
RUTLAND
Centre Rutland
Rutland
SHERBURNE
SHREWSBURY
SUDBURY
TINMOUTH
WALLINGFORD
North Wallingford
WELLS
WESTHAVEN

 

Data and Pictures
Statistics
Elevations
Agricultural Production
Rutland Academy, Rutland
View of Falls and RR Bridge, Centre Rutland
Castleton Medical College, Castleton
Sutherlands Fall Near Rutland, Rutland
Troy Conference Academy, Poultney
Ore Bed Works, Brandon
Machine Shop, Brandon
Blast Furnace, Brandon
Railroad Depot, Machine Shop, and Engine House, Rutland
Brandon Fire Brick Co., Brandon
Car Wheel Foundry, Brandon
Foundry and Machine Shop, Brandon
* Printing maps at their original size is usually not possible on a normal home printer (8"x11") because of the large size of the original. It is still possible to print sections, or to print at a reduced size. If a full size print is desired, send us an email and we can arrange a custom print of just about anything. Or check out our "Just One Town" custom print page.


Revised: 01/13/10
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