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Barnard, Vermont 05031

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Barnard VTSouth Central Vermont community BarnardBarnard, Vermont is a town in Windsor County. Barnard Vermont was once home of Nobel Prize winning author, Sinclair Lewis and his journalist wife, Dorothy Thompson. Barnard is a quiet, picturesque Vermont town located just north of Woodstock, Vermont.

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Barnard, Vermont was originally spelled “Bernard”. The town was named after Sir Frances Bernard, a former Governor of the New Jersey Colony and the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Bernard was the second listed grantee of the town. The spelling change to Barnard was made sometime before 1810 for reasons unclear.

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Chartered: 1761
County: Windsor
Barnard, VT Population:
2010: 947

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 43.449
Longitude: -72.369

Barnard, VT Local Information
Barnard Town Offices: 802-234-9211
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