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Mr. Beat compares and contrasts New Hampshire and Vermont.
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Both are bordering states in these United States in a region known as New England, the area of the country first settled by European colonists when they came over and, you know, kicked Native American nations off their lands throughout the 1600s. The Connecticut River separates them, and each joke the other state is the upside-down version of itself.
So although Vermont and New Hampshire are right next to each other, and although they are about the same size, and although even the shape of each state is similar to a point where people often mix them up, there are a lot of differences between the two.
Before we get to the differences, let’s keep going with what they have in common. Both have a lot of natural beauty, filled with rolling hills, mountains, streams, lakes, and forests. Both have plenty of protected land. Vermont has the Green Mountain National Forest and New Hampshire has the White Mountain National Forest. The Green Mountains in Vermont and White Mountains in New Hampshire are both part of the northern Appalachian Mountains, a range that goes up and down the eastern portion of the country. New Hampshire has the taller highest peak of the two states, with Mount Washington, one of the windiest places on earth. On April 12, 1934, scientists recorded a wind speed of 231 miles per hour on the top of the mountain, which is still the world record for wind speed if you don’t count cyclones or tornadoes.
Vermont does have a more rugged terrain, overall, and in fact New Hampshire’s land gets all chill and flat in the southeast portion of the state. It even borders the Atlantic Ocean. For 18 miles (29km). The shortest ocean coastline of any state, but at least it’s not landlocked like Vermont!
Tons of Americans who live in the NORTHEAST MEGALOPOLIS go to both Vermont and New Hampshire for tourism, especially for outdoorsy stuff like fishing, hunting, and hiking. Winter sports like skiiing and snowmobiling are also big in the winter in both states. Oh, and don’t forget the fall foliage! Oh my, it’s so pretty.
Both states have a lot of people with lighter skin. The vast majority of people in both states trace most of their ancestry back to Europe. The earliest European settlers were mostly Puritans and other groups from Britain, but before the English arrived French explorers checked out both states. These European settlers encountered various Native American nations already living there for hundreds of years. Most of them were Algonquian-speaking Abenaki tribes, although in Vermont the Pennacook and Mohican tribes also resided.
I was actually born in Vermont and lived there for a while and I’d say it depends on who you are. But obviously I’d prefer Vermont. Another thing is Vermont really isn’t as liberal as he made it sound, there are definitely plenty of Republican Party members there as well. And yeah Ben and Jerry’s.
Yes, the Indians were there for "hundreds" of years before whites came along -- in other words they were RECENT IMMIGRANTS too, compared to what people think. They were certainly not "native Americans", one of many "politically-correct" buzzterms custom-designed to get rid of whitey.
One thing you didn't mention is that people in both states make maple syrup and maple sugar.
Also the property tax rate in NH is set and collected by the town. There is no state funding for schools (that I know about). Each town has to fund it's own schools which means richer towns have much better schools.
Us locals don't notice the fall foliage much because we see it every year! It's the Leaf Peepers who travel here as tourists who get excited about the leaves!
One more thing - there are many ski areas in each state which is awesome and also great for the economy - if we get snow. And sometimes we get waaaay to much snow!
My boyfriends from NH and I travel there often I can say NH is way better, best part is the regular speed limit everyone drives is like 80 so you don’t even gotta drive slow you can just go and the staties don’t give you any trouble.
Plus fishing there is nice! Good food too
Vermont briefly (about a decade back) bordered a "Great Lake" (Lake Champlain, believe it or not) when their Senator Leahy attached a claim it should be counted as a "Great Lake" with the actual five, in a bill he felt should be amended in other ways. He got his way about amending the bills, but Champlain was dropped from the "Great Lakes".
Very nice video. I have lived in NH for 20 years since I was kid. It’s not a bad place to live over all; however, the winters are brutal and the summers are just very crowded since everyone from Massachusetts flocks here, and they are a very rude bunch. And if you want to be a homeowner in NH, then you either need to make a shit ton of money or be house poor. The taxes and heating alone for property will drain the wallet.
If you are rich then NH is a great place to live, if not, you are just going to be stuck working a dead end retail job struggling to make ends meet. Me and my family plan on heading to NC in the next couples years. Cannot come soon enough.
Less than 15 seconds into the second video I've seen of yours and BOOM a white guilt speech... The first video took longer, but man did you rail on about it for a while. Its ok to be white there guy, Hate skin color apologies. -_-
What a dumbass. Everybody knows there where 15 " Original " colonies in America, only 13 colonies voted for Independence from England. Two colonies remained under the British crown until after the war. If you're another dumbass who didn't pay attention in US History class, then I'll remind you the other two colonies were East Florida and West Florida. So stop saying 13 Original Colonies, when there were 15 Original Colonies with 13 colonies voting for Independence.
The cops in NH are losers they harras and bother you, illegal searches, they ask for a beating, there's more help in VT, and NH ppl are trashy they act like we don't know shit, people wise they suck, NH people go to Burlington and there lots of them there
Every place is the same, controlled by Pharaoh Nazi SwiSSy Templar Freemason Agents, you may find some temporary independence on BLM land or out in the desert. If you want a education on this history, facts, visit historian chatzefratz channel that hikes to locations, very revealing. People have to change politicians, politics and take back their towns. It seems these agents have you all duped on a Delphi voting system.
I live in Northern N.H...
This has GOT to be the most bass ackwards place!! Second only to W. Virginia!
First off...DONT move here if you're single! You'll die single....The average age here is mid 40s. And the "fun" things are Bingo and knitting and "quilt night"...
If you have a degree? You're fucked. Just stay where you are. Degrees don't count for shit cuz nobody understands what they mean, anyway! BUT! If you can deliver propane, or you're a logger?! Great! Just accept that you'll be seasonal, get hurt...go on pain meds, and become addicted to opiods...like the other vast percentile.
There's NO infrastructure.
If you're a nurse in Boston making $120k? You'll make $68 here. There aren't " professional " jobs here...tourism. That's whats here. $10/hr no benefits. ..
But it sure is purty!
And COLD, WET, SNOWY...
Boston gets 10 degrees and 6" snow? 160 North is -23 and 14".... Better get to work, you've got a 33 mile commute in a blizzard for $15/hr!
Ive had it here. Moving back to Washington State where I can date, go to baseball games, art museums, festivals...and make a Goddamn living!!
I’m from nh. I can tell you all these ppl commenting about NH , have no idea what they are talking about . I’ve lived all over this state . I’ve lived in Vermont also . Vermont is super expensive . There’s nothing there but trees and ski mountains and Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and maple syrup. That’s why they will give you 10k but you have to pay taxes on it . Vermonters also have a weird hillbilly accent. Vermonters are way too liberal too. It’s like hippie heaven . While southern NH is being over run by massholes , we still take massive pride in our state. Live free or die !
Living along the Conneticuit is expensive.
Two.things about NH: they have an Ivy League college. And the Segway comes from NH.
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals started in Vermont as did Phish
Aerosmith started in NH. They added Brad when they moved to Boston.
NH also has more neighborhood "heart" in the cities small or big (manchester/nashua/concord/laconia/rochester/franklin etc.) Meaning the bigger towns and cities have heavy new england accents, die hard pats and sox and an energy theme. Vermont is more what people whove never been imagine NH as. NH has cities with bad areas and violent crime, drugs etc. Vermonts very plain and neutral in comparison.
From WY, the least populated State, vacationed out there, love upstate NY, VT, and NH! But gotta tell you Bernie Sanders didnt think of free College education first, we in WY have had ot for years, its a conservative idea, sorry Bernie, good idea but we figured out how to pay for it without riding on someone elses back.
Vermont is Liberal for everything except gun laws which has very conservative... no, super Conservative gun laws, but so does Maine and New Hampshire! Only Maine is actually a right wing state and New H is an independent state. Also would the people of New Hampshire mind if an Ohioan came up to start a coal mine? You guys tell me, I might do it in Maine too.
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