New Haven is currently home to more than 130,000 people. Initially named Newhaven in 1640, New Haven was Connecticut's co-capital city with Hartford until 1875. The city is the birthplace of former President George W. Bush, the hamburger, and public tree planting.
There are so many stories about the people, history, habits, and quirks of New Haven. What questions do you have about the Elm City? We want to help you find the answer!
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