Vermont Motto
Freedom and unity
The state motto of Vermont is "Freedom and Unity".

The Vermont state motto was adopted in the year of 1779 as an element of the state seal. The motto was therefore adopted while Vermont was still an independent republic a few years before joining the Union in 1791.

The Vermont state motto reflects the importance of managing two strong human drives; the striving for individual freedom and the need to be in a social community.

On a national level the Vermont motto speaks of the balance between being an individual state in a greater and strong unity.

Other mottos and slogans of Vermont:

  • Vermont, naturally
Some funny mottos and politically incorrect slogans of Vermont:
  • I LoVermont
  • Yep
  • Bet Ya Can't Name Two of our Towns
  • Gettin' Busy with New Hampshire since 1791
  • The Boutique State with a Megastore Attitude
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