- a town in SW Vermont: defeat of British by the Green Mountain Boys 1777.
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In the southwest of the state lies the town of Bennington, and close by is Maplebrook Farms.Elegy to Italian Cheese
May 21, 2011
It is an oversimplification, however, to say Bennington has no requirements.
These are just a few of the fields of study Bennington College advertises to potential applicants.
That said, students are then largely to left to direct their own studies—a tradition Bennington grads are quite proud of.
Cheever teaches at the Bennington Writing Seminars and at the New School.Old Is the New Sexy
December 3, 2008
Let Bennington and Saratoga support their respective claims.
"Bennington," he called, and the answer came strong and clear.
Here were several sons, but the two eldest had gone to Bennington.Charles Carleton Coffin
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Hessian camp-kettle, dug up on the battle-field of Bennington.The Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775
This brilliant victory at Bennington had important consequences.The War of Independence
- a town in SW Vermont: the site of a British defeat (1777) in the War of American Independence. Pop: 15 637 (2003 est)
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