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    Places

    Farmington tourist attractions include: Stanley-Whitman House.

    Farmington contains: Talcott Mountain, Rattlesnake Mountain, Farmington Mountain, Stanley-Whitman House, and Hill-Stead.

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  • Kathleen Rubins (astronaut) was born in Farmington.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Kathleen Rubins (astronaut), Lisa Stublić (athlete), Jordan Galland (film director and film producer), Erin Pac (bobsleigher), Pawel Szajda (actor), and Steve Addazio (american football coach).

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  • Stanley-Whitman House

    History

    Farmington was originally inhabited by the Tunxis Indian tribe. In 1640, a white settlement was established by residents of Hartford, making Farmington the oldest inland settlement west of the Connecticut River and one of the oldest communities in the state. Settlers found the area ideal because of its rich soil, location along the floodplain of the Farmington River, and valley geography. The town and river were given their present names in 1645, which is considered the incorporation year of the town. The town's boundaries were later enlarged several times, making it the largest in the Connecticut Colony. Farmington has been called the mother of towns because its vast area was divided to produce nine other central Connecticut communities. The borough of Unionville, in Farmington's northwest corner, was once home to many factories harnessing the water...

    The official website for the city of Farmington is http://www.farmington-ct.org/.

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Riverside Cemetery
160 Garden St Send flowers
Farmington, CT 06032

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