Presidential Range (Green Mountains)

The Presidential Range of the Green Mountains is a mountain range in the U.S. state of Vermont. Its major peaks are named for several U.S. presidents of the period from the Civil War through World War I.

From north to south (which corresponds to the chronological order of the corresponding presidencies), this Presidential Range includes
* Lincoln Peak, 3975 feet (named after Abraham Lincoln)
* Mount Grant, 3661 ft. (after Ulysses S. Grant)
* Mount Cleveland, 3500 ft. (after Grover Cleveland)
* Mount Roosevelt, 3580 ft. (after Theodore Roosevelt)
* Mount Wilson, 3756 ft. (after Woodrow Wilson)


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