Place:Berlin, Hartford, Connecticut, United States

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NameBerlin
TypeTown
Coordinates41.617°N 72.733°W
Located inHartford, Connecticut, United States
Contained Places
Cemetery
Christian Lane Cemetery
South Burying Ground ( 1785 - )
Census-designated place
Kensington ( 1785 - )

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"Berlin - incorporated 1785 from Farmington, Middletown and Wethersfield. Formerly called Kensington." Ricker Compilation, 10.

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Berlin is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 19,866 at the 2010 census. It was incorporated in 1785. The geographic center of Connecticut is located in the town. Berlin is residential and industrial, and is served by the Amtrak station of the same name. Berlin also has two hamlets: Kensington and East Berlin.

Historical Population

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  • 1790 – 2,465
  • 1800 – 2,702
  • 1810 – 2,798
  • 1820 – 2,877
  • 1830 – 3,037
  • 1840 – 3,411
  • 1850 – 1,869 *New Britain, Connecticut separated from Berlin
  • 1860 – 2,146
  • 1870 – 2,436
  • 1880 – 2,385
  • 1890 – 2,600
  • 1900 – 3,448
  • 1910 – 3,728
  • 1920 – 4,298
  • 1930 – 4,875
  • 1940 – 5,230
  • 1950 – 7,470
  • 1960 – 11,250
  • 1970 – 14,149
  • 1980 – 15,121
  • 1990 – 16,787
  • 2000 – 18,215
  • 2010 – 19,866

Sources: Interactive Connecticut State Register & Manual and U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division



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