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Timeline of 19th-Century Economic Development in Vermont and New Hampshire

By sarah_g_rooker on December 18, 2013 in Flow of History
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1791
Vermont becomes a state.

1811
William Jarvis imports 400 Merinos from Spain to his farm in Weathersfield, VT.

1819
460 miles of roadways in New Hampshire, most linking the Merrimack River and Connecticut River valleys and Boston.

1820
84% of New Hampshire families make their living primarily from farming. The percentage is Vermont is equal or higher.

1823
The Champlain Canal opens from the southern end of the lake to the Hudson River, increasing commerce and changing the direction of VT trade from Canada to New York.

1824
Congress imposes tariff on imported wool cloth.