Art Source International has amassed a collection of authentic antique maps and images brilliantly highlighting and detailing the state of Vermont, which borders Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York, and the Canadian province of Quebec. The state is the second least populated after the state of Wyoming. Points of interest for the state include Lake Champlain, Green Mountain National Forest, and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. The state is the only landlocked New England state. Other attractions for the state include numerous winter resorts such as Killington Resort. Vermont earned statehood on March 4, 1791. Art Source International reproductions and vintage maps can be ordered framed or without a frame.