Georgia is a town in Franklin County, of the Islands & Farms region.
Georgia was named after King George III by New Hampshire, which was meant to sway the king in a land dispute over Vermont between New York and New Hampshire, both of which claimed to have the rights to the land.
Some notable people from the area include: J. Allen Barber, a politician; Gardner Quincy Colton, a scientist; Alvah Sabin, a congressman; George J. Stannard, a farmer, teacher, & Civil War general; Daniel Bliss, a missionary, & founder of the American University of Beirut; and Armando Vilaseca, Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Education.
Annual Christmas Tea & Craft Show at the Georgia United Methodist Church, 18 Carpenter Hill Road, St. Albans, VT (before the school off Ethan Allen Highway). Craft Show open from 9 am - 3 pm - FREE admission! The Tea Room open from 10 am - 2:30 pm - by donation. The Tea Room includes Tea, scones, finger sandwiches and cookies (and coffee by request). Come see all of the exciting, new items and gifts available by our crafters. Holiday music will be played to bring out the holiday spirit within you in our warm and friendly environment. Sit for a spell in our wonderful tea room to rest from the cold and enjoy some homemade treats and tea!