Union Village, Vermont

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Union Village is a village that spans Norwich, Vermont and Thetford, Vermont and sits along the Ompompanoosuc River. It contains a small cluster of homes with many dating to the early 1800s, a red brick Methodist Episcopal church built in 1836, a covered bridge, a small defunct school house, and a United States Army Corps of Engineers flood control dam.

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Union Village Vermont Church and School

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French, Susanna H., "Images of American - Thetford" 2014 Arcadia Publishing

Coordinates: 43°47′19″N72°15′19″W / 43.78861°N 72.25528°W / 43.78861; -72.25528