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Farmington is a city in Oakland County of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is a suburb of Detroit and is part of the Metro Detroit area.
Farmington was founded in 1824 by Arthur Power. Like many Oakland County pioneers, he hailed from the state of New York. Power was a Quaker, as were the settlers who joined him, and the town was first known as Quakertown.
In 1826, the name Farmington was officially chosen because it was the name of Power's hometown: Farmington, New York. The name Farmington, which properly refers to the 2.7-square-mile (7.0 km2) municipality incorporated in the early 19th Century, is sometimes erroneously used to refer to the 33.3-square-mile (86 km2) neighboring city of Farmington Hills (Farmington Township until 1973), which surrounds it.
In 1976, the National Register of Historic Places declared part of the city the Farmington Historic District.
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