The light house in lake Champlain
at dusk as seen from
Bodies of Water: Lake Champlain is the largest lake in New England. It was named after French explorer Samuel de Champlain. Lake Champlain contains one peninsula and a cluster of islands. It is in the United States (the states of Vermont and New York) with a small portion in Quebec, Canada.
The Vermont History Explorer website is information about Vermont history--articles, photographs, and historic documents. This colorful, interactive site is designed for children, specifically students in grades 3 through 6. Resources for teachers and parents are also included.
Vermont Marble Museum
The beutiful marble of Vermont can be found in many places, such as the Jefferson Memorial, the New York City Public Library, and the Old Senate Building in Washington, D.C.