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Landgrove, Vermont

Landgrove was originally settled by a group of families who thought they were actually living in the nearby town of Peru. When it was determined that no town actually claimed the land they were on, the state of Vermont granted it to them in 1780. The origins of the name itself are unknown.

Landgrove started small, and pretty much stayed that way. It faced disincorporation in the 1930's but was saved by the actions of Samuel Ogden, who worked to increase the population by buying, restoring, and selling old homes.

Much of the small town lies within the Green Mountain National Forest.

 

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