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1. The first governor of Vermont was elected on November 4, 1791. Thomas Chittenden won by a large margin and served for 14 consecutive years, making him the longest-serving governor in Vermont history.

2. On November 4, 1857, the Vermont State Agricultural Society was incorporated. This was the first agricultural organization of its kind in the state and it played an important role in promoting agriculture throughout Vermont.

3. The University of Vermont was founded on November 4, 1791. Originally known as the University of the Green Mountains, it was the fifth college established in New England and the first in Vermont.

4. November 4, 1986, was a historic day for Vermont environmentalists. This was the day that Vermont became the first state in the nation to ban billboards on its highways, largely due to the efforts of a grassroots organization called "Scenic Vermont."

5. On November 4, 1835, the abolitionist newspaper, The Emancipator, was first published in Middlebury. The paper was founded by Gamaliel Bailey, who became one of the most influential voices in the anti-slavery movement.

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