West Haven, Vermont
This town is well watered by Hubbardston and Poultney rivers, and Cogman's creek; on the former of which are handsome falls and mill sites. The soil is productive of grain and grass: there is much limestone and clay in the town and a large number of sheep are annually sheared.
The site of the village is pleasant; it is a place of some trade, navigation and manufactures. Population, 1837, 724.