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The city of Newport is the county seat of Orleans County, Vermont, in the United States. As of the 2010 Census, the city population was 4,589. The city contains the second-largest population of any municipality in the county (only neighboring Derby is larger), yet encompasses the smallest area. It is the second-smallest city by population in Vermont.
In 1753, the Abenakis brought the ransomed John Stark down Lake Memphremagog and came ashore where Newport is now situated. They then traveled southeast to his home in New Hampshire.
Newport as a settlement began in 1793. The village was first called Pickeral Point, but later renamed Lake Bridge for its location at the head of Lake Memphremagog.
In 1816, part of the former town of Salem, was annexed to Newport town, and is now part of the city. In 1868, the Lake Bridge settlement was incorporated as the Village of Newport. It became a busy lumber town.
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