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    Brief Information About Barnard

    This is a town in Windsor County, Vermont. The population is around 1000. The town is said to be chartered as on July 17, 1761 by the New Hampshire Grant named after the second-listed grantee of the town.It has a total area of 48.9 square miles, of which 48.7 square miles is land and 0.2 square mile is water.

    The population density is said to be around 20 people per square mileThe racial makeup of the town was 98.43% White, 0.42% Hispanic and 0.31% Asian. Per capita income for the town is about $26,000. About 6.3% of the population is below the poverty line A well known educational institute, Barnard Academy is a public elementary school located on the highway Route 12.Most of the inhabitants are involved in tertiary economic activities.

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