New London County, CT

NEW LONDON COUNTY, situated at the southeast corner of Connecticut, and traversed by Thames river, with the Connecticut on the west. Area, 600 square miles. Face of the country, hilly; soil, productive. Seats of justice, Norwich and New London. Pop. in 1810, 34,707; in 1820, 35,943; in 1830, 42,295; in 1840, 44,463; in 1850, 51,822. (Fanning's, 1853)
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County
Containing Unit
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Colchester, CT City or Town
Franklin, CT City or Town
Groton, CT City or Town
Lebanon, CT City or Town
Lyme, CT City or Town
New London, CT City or Town
North Stonington, CT City or Town
Norwich, CT City or Town
Preston, CT City or Town
Stonington, CT City or Town
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