Danbury, New Hampshire 03230
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The town of Danbury, New Hampshire was not an original colonial grant, but was formed in 1795 from part of Alexandria to the north, and later added land annexed from Wilmot and Hill. Today, Danbury includes the villages of Ford’s Crossing, South Danbury and Elmwood. The Danbury Bog Wildlife Management Area is located in Danbury. The name was taken from Danbury, England, the site of an 11th Century Danish camp. Danbury, Connecticut was also named for the site, and a settler originally from that locality suggested the name. For its modest size, Danbury offers plenty of recreation including skiing and golf thanks to Ragged Mountain’s Golf Club and Ski Resort. Dick’s General Store and the Danbury Community Center are in the center of town.
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