St. Albans is the county town.  This county is bounded north by Lower Canada, east by Orleans County, south-east and south by Lamoille County, south by Chittenden County, and west by Lake Champlain.  The Missisco River passes through the northern part of the county, and the Lamoille its most southern section.  The principal part of the trade of this county goes to Canada, by Lake Champlain, which affords it many facilities of transportation. 

  Although the surface is somewhat broken, and is some parts mountainous, yet the soil is productive of wheat and grass.  Many cattle are annually taken from this county to market.  In this county marble and iron ore, of excellent qualities, are found.

(Gazetteer of Vermont, by John Hayward, 1849, p. 62-63)
 



 
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