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Grand Isle County, Vermont

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Date: 1805 [unknown]
Location: Grand Isle County, Vermontmap
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Early History

The land which came to be Grand Isle County was disputed territory between the local Algonquin and Iroquois tribes at the time that French colonist Samuel de Champlain voyaged around the region of North America which then came under New France. While the region was unoccupied at the time of Champlain's exploration, it would have belonged, likely by right of conquest, to the Iroquois. Despite this, they retreated to the west side of Lake Champlain and the land came to be settled by the Abenaqui tribe of Algonquins.[1]

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