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Vermont Province
Capital Montpelhier
Largest Cities Southshire
Population 197,000
Our Timeline Equivalent Vermont (U.S state)

Vermont is the least populated province in New England. It borders the other New England provinces of New York to the west, New Hampshire to the east, and Massachusetts to the south. To the north, it borders the nation of Quebec. Vermont is noted as a state with a rich mix of nature and tradition. It has the largest percentage of Cathars and Occitanian-speaking people of any N.E. province.

About Vermont

Vermont's terrain is one of mountain ranges of medium-height, intermixed with valleys and plains. 6% of the land is urban or agrarian. The rest is of a natural variety, mostly forested, but including meadows, uplands, lakes, ponds and swampy wetlands. The latter 94% includes forests managed sustainably, although the majority of land is unmanaged. The population is mostly split between Europeans (mostly English and Occitanians) and Aboriginals (mostly Mahicans, Pocumtuk, Pennacook, and Kaniatarowanennehs (OTL Laurentian Iroquois)). Vermont has a long history with vegetarianism, and indeed its capital, Montpelhier, is the only N.E. provincial capital that has Government Mandated Vegetarianism (aka a "meat ban").


Vermont has numerous divisions, including counties, Semi-Autonomous Regions/Areas (SARs/SAAs), and Nature Preservation Areas (NPAs).



78% Vegetarian
22% Non-Vegetarian

Ethnic Groups

50% European
42% Pemhakamik Aboriginal
22% Mahican
09% Pocumtuk
06% Pennacook
05% Kaniatarowanenneh
07% mixed race
01% others


34% English
29% Occitan
32% Algonquian languages
04% Iroquoian languages
01% others


43% Nonreligious
29% atheist
14% agnostic
41% Cathar
07% Christian
05% Quaker
01% Catholic
01% other Christian
07% various Aboriginal beliefs
02% other

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