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Springfield Township, Windsor County
January 2003

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Official/Political Status

Town


Cities, Towns, Villages, Hamlets within this Township

Goulds Mill, North Springfield, Springfield, West Springfield


Town Clerk

Bonnie L. Reynolds
96 Main Street
Springfield, VT 05156
Ph: 885-2104
Fax: 885-1617
E-mail: bonnie@vermontel.com


Web Site

American Local History Network: http://www.usgennet.org/usa/vt/state/spring/
US GenWeb: http://home.att.net/~local_history/Windsor-Co-VT.htm#SPRINGFIELD
Vermont Gateway: http://www.rootsweb.com/~vermont/WindsorSpringfield.html
Virtual Vermont: http://www.virtualvermont.com/towns/springfield.html
Vermont in the Civil War: http://www.vermontcivilwar.org/place/s/springfield.shtml


Population According to the U.S. Federal Census


Town
1791
1800
1810
1820
1830
1840
1850
1860
1870
1880
1890
Springfield
1,097
2,032
 2,556
 2,702
2,749
2,625
 2,762
2,958
 2,937
 3,144
 2,881

 
Town
1900
1910
1920
1930
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
Springfield
 3,432
4,784
7,202
6,955
7,720
9,190
 9,934
10,063
10,190
9,579
9,078


Cemeteries & Years in Use

Crown Point: 1759-1760
Eureka: 1789-1836
Field #1: 1789-1839
Field #2: 1785-unknown
Oakland: 1893-present
Parker Hill: 1790-1857
Pine Grove: 1782-present
Pleasant Valley: 1795-1958
St. Mary's Catholic: 1903-present
Shedd: 1810-1854
Summer Hill: 1789-present
Walker-Gill: 1799-1968


Local Historical Societies, Libraries & Museums

Springfield Art & Historical Society and Miller Art Center
9 Elm Street
Springfield, VT
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 313
Springfield, VT 05156
802-885-2451
This 19th-century mansion overlooks downtown Springfield, with views of Main Street, the rapids on the Black River, and the locations of early industries. It is now a museum and gallery with exhibits of primitive portraits by 19th-century artists including Horace Bundy, Asahel Powers, and Aaron Dean Fletcher; pewter; Bennington pottery; and Joel Ellis dolls and toys made in local factories. Three rooms also display work by local artists. There are changing exhibits and educational programs for adults and children. Contact Person: Bob McLaughlin, Director. Hours and Admission: early May to mid-Oct, Tues– Fri, 10am – 4pm; Sat, 2 – 5pm. Free. The ground floor is accessible to the disabled.




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