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  • Vermont State Archives.
    Lotting maps and plans, circa 1760's-1810.
    Series ID: A-204 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: 5 mapcase drawers; 2.5 linear inches. Access: Open
    Scope: Artificial collection of the State Archives. Series consists primarily of copies of lotting maps and plans, though there are some originals. The lotting plans divided land among the original proprietors of the town who may have settled on the land or sold it. Other series at the Archives, including the Surveyors-General papers, Chandler's Atlas and the Vermont / New Hampshire boundary case, also contain lotting plans. (The Vermont / New Hampshire boundary case records contain lotting plans along the Vermont / New Hampshire border.)
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  • Vermont. Dept. of Highways.
    Investigations of the state highway program records, 1961-1968.
    Series ID: PRA-204 (Click for Index) Location: State Archives
    Extent: 4 cubic feet. Access: Open
    Scope: Series consists of correspondence, memos, reports, minutes, surveys, and transcripts of testimony relating to the Highway Investigating Commission (1961-1963) and the Highway Investigating Committee (1968). The investigations relate to the policies and programs for the development and maintenance of highways and to the organization, administration and operation of the Highway Department. The investigations relate, in part, to the construction of the interstate highway system within Vermont.
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