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Danby, Vermont


Located in Rutland County, Danby was granted in 1761 to a group of men from Dutchess County, New York. It is thought that the town was named for Thomas Osborne, fourth earl of Danby and Leeds.

Part of Danby lies in the Taconic Mountains, with the highest point being Dorset Peak, at 3804 feet.

Danby is perhaps best known for its marble, which has gone into the construction of many famous buildings, including the U.S. Supreme Court building, in Washington D.C.

Danby claims two literary figures as its most famous citizens: the poet Thomas Rowley and Nobel Prize winning novelist Pearl Buck.

Unincorporated villages and settlements: Danby Four Corners



Quail's Nest Bed and Breakfast - Vermont bed and breakfast located in the heart of historic Danby Village. Relaxing and welcoming, the Quail's Nest B&B is the perfect destination for your Vermont getaway.


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