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The Connecticut state capital is Hartford.
The population of Danielson is approximately 4,441 (1990), 4051 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 1,912 (1990), 1627 (2010).
The amount of land area in Danielson is 2.864 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0.294 sq kilometers.
The distance from Danielson to Washington DC is 345 miles.
The distance to the Connecticut state capital is 38 miles. (as the crow flies)
Danielson is positioned 41.80 degrees north of the equator and 71.88 degrees west of the prime meridian.


in northeast Connecticut
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History & History Related Items

Killingly, CT is located in the northeastern corner of the state, bordering to the east on the state of Rhode Island. Its region is known as the "quiet corner," because of its largely rural nature. The first known settler was Richard Evans, who came from Rehoboth, Massachusetts in 1693. In the early 1700s other settlers came, mostly from the Boston area.

Killingly, incorporated May 1708, encompasses the villages of Attawaugan, Ballouville, Dayville, East Killingly, Rogers, South Killingly, and the Borough of Danielson.
Settled in 1700 and incorporated in 1708, Killingly was the forty-second town established in Connecticut. It is the home of Mary Kies, first woman to receive a patent from the United States Patent Office

Check this page for a brief history of Killingly.
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Quinebaug Valley Community College
Danielson, CT 06239

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