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Durham is a town that has the distinction of having a name recognition-boost from two historic properties. “Bull Durham” was a brand of tobacco produced in the late 19th and early 20th century, and a movie of the same name in the 1980’s highlighted the area’s minor league baseball heritage.

Durham is home to the historic of Duke University and North Carolina Central University, as well as a rapidly redeveloping downtown area, centered on the American Tobacco campus of shops and restaurants.

Durham Statistics:

Durham is the county seat of Durham County and a portion of the community extends into Wake County. The 2010 U.S. Census recorded just under 230,000 residents.

Settlers began to reside around Durham in the early 1700’s, but the town’s development did not take off until the early 1800’s.

The Weather Channel registers Durham’s average temperature in January as 48ºF / 27ºF and in July as 87ºF / 68ºF.



 

 

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