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Bristol Population: 2,013

Total Males: 887
Total Females: 1,126
Median Household Income: $45,323
Total Households: 824

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Brief Information About Bristol


A town in the Addison county in the state of Vermont was founded on the 26th of June, 1762. The main street of the town is home to most of the business activity. It is also home to the Lord's Prayer Rock and has a total area of about 42 sq. miles. Bristol is also home to the Bristol Elementary School. The residents are engaged in various types of activities, like agriculture and tourism.



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