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North Stonington, Connecticut

Summary
North Stonington is a town in New London County, Connecticut which was split off from Stonington in 1724. The town is part of the Southeastern Connecticut Planning Region. The population was 5,149 at the 2020 census. Geography According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of , of which is land and , or 1.20%, is water. Principal communities *Clarks Falls *Laurel Glen *North Stonington Village *Route 49 On the National Register of Historic Places
  • John Randall House – southeast of North Stonington on Route 2 (added 1978)
  • North Stonington Village Historic District – Route 2, Main Street, Wyassup, Babcock, Caswell, and Rocky Hollow Roads (added April 17, 1983)
  • Samuel Miner House – north of North Stonington off Route 2 on Hewitt Road (added July 18, 1976)
Town history Before the mid-17th century The land of North Stonington is located at the southeast corner of the state of Connecticut. Until the 17th centur
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