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Peacham

Listed under Historic Towns and Villages in Vermont, United States.

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Peacham is a small town located in the east of Vermont. The town has a population of under 1,000 residents. This picturesque town has been named one of the best places to visit in New England as well as one of the most photographed.

Notable attractions in the area include the library, Peacham Farmers Market, Martin's Pond, Peacham Pond, Academy Hill, Elkin's Tavern, Peacham Observatory and The Civil War Soldiers Monument with the names of 42 men from town who died in the war. This town will remind you of the simple life and can give you much needed relaxing time walking around.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

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