Seeing Vermont takes you to a different part of the Green Mountain State, showcasing its scenery, buildings and people.

This week’s location: Lewis, Vermont

Where it’s located: Essex County in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. 

About the area: The unincorporated town was named after landholders Nathan, Sevignior, and Timothy Lewis. It never gained a meaningful population and in the 1910 census it had a population of zero. Today, the area of the town is primarily used for logging. 

Here are some photos of Lewis you might enjoy, courtesy of Josh Kessler who’s a native Vermonter and currently the director of athletic communications at Saint Michael’s College:

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