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About Suffield Connecticut:
Suffield had once been within the boundaries of Massachusetts. Sylvester Graham, the man who invented the Graham cracker, is also from Suffield, CT. The Suffield Public school system includes Spaulding Elementary School, McAlister Intermediate School, Suffield Middle School and Suffield High School. Suffield is also the home of the Suffield Academy and the Connecticut Culinary Institute.
Main Street, a designated historic district with the Green, three churches, Suffield Academy and vintage colonial and Victorian homes, typifies a New England town. Kent Memorial Library is an important research center for source materials, records, and documents from north central Connecticut. A walk along Main Street reveals many examples of 18th and 19th century architecture. The Dr. Alexander King House, on the corner of Kent Avenue, and the Phelps-Hatheway House, a little farther north on Main Street, are museums open to the public from May to October.
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