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  2. New Haven | Connecticut, United States | Britannica

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    New Haven, city, coextensive with the town (township) of New Haven, New Haven county, south-central Connecticut, U.S. It is a port on Long Island Sound at the Quinnipiac River mouth. Originally settled as Quinnipiac in 1638 by a company of English Puritans led by John Davenport and Theophilus Eaton , it was renamed in 1640, probably for Newhaven, England.

  3. New Haven, Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    New Haven was to be the site of the first college for African Americans in the United States, but the plan was obstructed by efforts led by Yale Law School founder and former New Haven Mayor David Daggett, who went on to serve as a U.S. Senator and judge on Connecticut's highest court. Daggett denigrated African Americans, denied they were citizens, and presided over the trial of a woman persecuted for trying to admit an African American girl to her boarding school and, having that effort ...

  4. New Haven, CT Map & Directions - MapQuest

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    New Haven Map. New Haven is the second-largest city in Connecticut and the sixth-largest in New England. According to the 2010 Census, New Haven's population increased by 5.0% between 2000 and 2010, a rate higher than that of the State of Connecticut, and higher than that of the state's five largest cities, and most cities in the northeastern part of the U.S.

  5. New Haven, CT | Home

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    “It’s wonderful to see New Haven recognized as a premier world destination to visit and experience the arts, culture, food, distinctive neighborhoods, and so much more." Read More CITY OF NEW HAVEN UPDATES AND MODERNIZES LAWS TO INCLUDE APPROPRIATE AND RESPECTFUL TERMINOLOGY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

  6. The 10 Best New Haven Hotels (From $70) - Booking.com

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    Great savings on hotels in New Haven, United States of America online. Good availability and great rates. Read hotel reviews and choose the best hotel deal for your stay. ... Located in New Haven, Connecticut, just 2 miles from Yale University, this hotel features an on-site restaurant and lounge. An outdoor pool and gym are available. Free Wi ...

  7. Yale University

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    Since its founding in 1701, Yale University has been dedicated to expanding and sharing knowledge, inspiring innovation, and preserving cultural and scientific information for future generations.

  8. Offices and Directions New Haven New Haven Hartford Bridgeport Directions: View Larger Map South Interstate 95 North to Exit 47 (left hand exit "Downtown, RR/Station/Route 34 Connector). Go to far right lane and take first exit off connector (RR Station/Coliseum). Go straight on ramp; turn right at light onto Church Street.

  9. Guilford, Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    The primary settlement in Guilford, known as Guilford Center, is located in the southern part of town around the intersection of U.S. Route 1 and Connecticut Route 77. It is served by three exits of Interstate 95, which passes just north of the town center. The Guilford Center census-designated place had a population of 2,597 at the 2010 census.

  10. Wallingford, Connecticut - Wikipedia

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    Wallingford is a town in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States, centrally located between New Haven and Hartford, and Boston and New York City. The population was 44,396 at the 2020 census. [2] The community was named after Wallingford, in England. [3] Contents 1 History 2 Education 2.1 Private schools 3 Geography 3.1 Principal communities

  11. The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (CAES), established in 1875, is the first agricultural experiment station in the United States. The main mission of the CAES is research. Programs also exist to educate the public and to transfer new findings to people trying to solve agricultural, public health, and environmental problems.