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Area Information for Danbury, New Hampshire
Danbury, New Hampshire is a quaint community in Merrimack County that had a population of just 1,164 as of the 2010 Census.
The community was first settled around 1771 as part of Alexandria. By 1795, it was incorporated as its own entity, and was named Danbury after a town of the same name in Connecticut.
Throughout its history, farmers have largely settled the land for agriculture and raising cattle and sheep. By 1859, the local economy had expanded to include seven sawmills, two shingle, lath and clapboard mills and one tannery.
Education in Danbury
Danbury is served in part by the Newfound Area School District.
Specifically, Danbury residents are zoned for such quality schools as:
- Danbury Elementary School
- Newfound Memorial Middle School
- Newfound Regional High School
Things to do in Danbury, NH
Despite its size, Danbury offers its residents a wealth of things to do during their free. Among some of the local and regional attractions available to Danbury residents are:
- Ragged Mountain Resort
- Danbury North Road Schoolhouse Museum
- Bog Pond Dam
- Waukeena Lake
- School Pond
- Emily & Theodore Hope Forest
- Independence Park
- And more!
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