Hartford County, CT

HARTFORD COUNTY, situated on the northern boundary of Connecticut, and traversed by Connecticut and Farmington rivers. Area, 727 square miles. Face of the country beautifully diversified with mountains and rich valleys; soil fertile, especially on the rivers. Seat of justice, Hartford. Pop. in 1810, 44,733; in 1820, 47,264; in 1830, 51,141; in 1840, 55,629; in 1850, 69,966. (Fanning's, 1853)
    Place Unit Type
    Containing Unit
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    Berlin, CT City or Town
    Bloomfield, CT City or Town
    Collinsville, CT City or Town
    Enfield, CT City or Town
    Glastonbury, CT City or Town
    Hartford, CT City or Town
    New Britain, CT City or Town
    Simsbury, CT City or Town
    Southington, CT City or Town
    Suffield, CT City or Town
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