Durham Connecticut 06422
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Welcome to rural Durham, Connecticut. Durham, CT was first settled in 1699 by Guilford resident Caleb Seward.
Durham was originally called Coginchaug by the Native Americans who lived near the swampy area.
Durham is renowned for having one of the first public libraries in the United States. It was founded in 1733, two years after Benjamin Franklin started the Philadelphia library. In the 1830s Durham came to prominence as the birthplace of Richard P. Robinson, who was tried for and acquitted of the infamous murder of Helen Jewett.
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Durham CT Local Information
Durham Police Dispatch: 911
Durham Fire Department: 860-349-9112
Ambulance Service: 911
Town Hall Telephone: 860-349-3452
Durham Post Office: 860-349-3350
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