File:Vermont independence 1927 U.S. stamp.tiff

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English: Vermont celebrated its 1777 independence from Great Britain at the battle of Bennington with a 2-cent stamp on August 3, 1927. Not one of the original thirteen states, it became the fourteenth. The vignette depicts a Green Mountain Boy dressed in buckskin with a rifle.
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Source Arago: people, postage & the post online, National Postal Museum
Author Bureau of Printing and Engraving - U.S. Post Office

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