National Register of Historic Places listings in Windham County, Connecticut

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Windham County, Connecticut.

Location of Windham County in Connecticut

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Windham County, Connecticut, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in an online map.[1]

There are 85 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 3 National Historic Landmarks.


Contents: Counties and municipalities in Connecticut
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted November 26, 2021.[2]
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Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Abington Congregational Church September 19, 1977
(#77001413)
CT 97
41°51′27″N 72°00′29″W / 41.8575°N 72.008056°W / 41.8575; -72.008056 (Abington Congregational Church)
Pomfret
2 Aldrich Free Public Library July 27, 1994
(#94000768)
299 Main St.
41°43′08″N 71°52′32″W / 41.718889°N 71.875556°W / 41.718889; -71.875556 (Aldrich Free Public Library)
Plainfield
3 American Thread Company July 30, 2014
(#14000434)
322, 440, 480, 560 Main & 157 Union Sts.
41°42′39″N 72°12′19″W / 41.7107°N 72.2052°W / 41.7107; -72.2052 (American Thread Company)
Windham In the Willimantic section of Windham
4 Ashford Academy December 29, 1988
(#88002649)
Fitts Rd.
41°52′22″N 72°07′25″W / 41.872778°N 72.123611°W / 41.872778; -72.123611 (Ashford Academy)
Ashford
5 Benjamin Bosworth House February 17, 1978
(#78002857)
John Perry Rd.
41°53′59″N 72°05′03″W / 41.899722°N 72.084167°W / 41.899722; -72.084167 (Benjamin Bosworth House)
Eastford
6 Henry C. Bowen House August 24, 1977
(#77001414)
CT 169
41°56′57″N 71°58′37″W / 41.949167°N 71.976944°W / 41.949167; -71.976944 (Henry C. Bowen House)
Woodstock Gothic revival summer cottage visited by three U.S. presidents. Also known as Roseland Cottage.
7 Mathew Bowen Homestead September 10, 1987
(#87000859)
94 Plaine Hill Rd.
41°56′33″N 71°58′25″W / 41.9425°N 71.973611°W / 41.9425; -71.973611 (Mathew Bowen Homestead)
Woodstock Now the Inn at Woodstock.
8 Brayton Grist Mill June 13, 1986
(#86001257)
U.S. Route 44
41°51′39″N 71°58′57″W / 41.86074°N 71.982404°W / 41.86074; -71.982404 (Brayton Grist Mill)
Pomfret At the entrance to Mashamoquet Brook State Park
9 Broad Street – Davis Park Historic District December 31, 1998
(#98001556)
Roughly along Broad St. from Dorrane St. to Winter St.
41°48′27″N 71°52′50″W / 41.8075°N 71.880556°W / 41.8075; -71.880556 (Broad Street – Davis Park Historic District)
Killingly
10 Brooklyn Green Historic District September 23, 1982
(#82004401)
CT 169, 205, and US 6, Wolf Den, Brown, Prince Hill, and Hyde Rds.
41°47′18″N 71°56′57″W / 41.788333°N 71.949167°W / 41.788333; -71.949167 (Brooklyn Green Historic District)
Brooklyn
11 Bush Hill Historic District February 10, 1987
(#87000012)
Parts of Bush Hill Rd., CT 169, and Wolf Den Rd.
41°48′43″N 71°57′52″W / 41.811944°N 71.964444°W / 41.811944; -71.964444 (Bush Hill Historic District)
Brooklyn
12 Butts Bridge May 24, 2010
(#10000272)
Butts Bridge Rd. over Quinebaug River
41°39′05″N 71°58′15″W / 41.651364°N 71.970789°W / 41.651364; -71.970789 (Butts Bridge)
Canterbury
13 Cady-Copp House September 3, 2001
(#01000939)
115 Liberty Highway
41°53′27″N 71°51′56″W / 41.890833°N 71.865556°W / 41.890833; -71.865556 (Cady-Copp House)
Putnam
14 Canterbury Center Historic District April 10, 1998
(#97001446)
Roughly along Elmdale, Library, N. Canterbury, S. Canterbury, and Westminster Rds.
41°42′06″N 71°58′22″W / 41.701667°N 71.972778°W / 41.701667; -71.972778 (Canterbury Center Historic District)
Canterbury
15 Cargill Falls Mill (Wilkinson Mill) July 29, 2014
(#14000435)
52-58 Pomfret St.
41°54′54″N 71°54′42″W / 41.9150°N 71.9116°W / 41.9150; -71.9116 (Cargill Falls Mill (Wilkinson Mill))
Putnam
16 Central Village Historic District August 9, 1991
(#91000949)
Roughly, School, Main and Water Sts., and Putnam Rd., north to Plainfield High School
41°43′06″N 71°54′21″W / 41.718333°N 71.905833°W / 41.718333; -71.905833 (Central Village Historic District)
Plainfield
17 Capt. Seth Chandler House December 15, 1993
(#93001380)
55 Converse St.
42°00′49″N 71°58′07″W / 42.013611°N 71.968611°W / 42.013611; -71.968611 (Capt. Seth Chandler House)
Woodstock
18 Chaplin Historic District October 11, 1978
(#78002856)
Chaplin St.
41°47′38″N 72°07′40″W / 41.793889°N 72.127778°W / 41.793889; -72.127778 (Chaplin Historic District)
Chaplin
19 Church Farm November 17, 1988
(#88002650)
396 Mansfield Rd.
41°50′21″N 72°10′11″W / 41.839167°N 72.169722°W / 41.839167; -72.169722 (Church Farm)
Ashford Now the Church Center of Eastern Connecticut State University.
20 Capt. John Clark House October 6, 1970
(#70000699)
Route 169, south of Canterbury
41°39′46″N 71°58′25″W / 41.662778°N 71.973611°W / 41.662778; -71.973611 (Capt. John Clark House)
Canterbury
21 Prudence Crandall House October 22, 1970
(#70000696)
Canterbury village green, junction of CT 14 and CT 169
41°41′52″N 71°58′19″W / 41.697778°N 71.971944°W / 41.697778; -71.971944 (Prudence Crandall House)
Canterbury Site of Prudence Crandall's Canterbury Female Boarding School, which in 1833–1834 offered schooling to black girls. Forced to close by fierce town resistance, culminating in violence. Crandall, now Connecticut's state heroine, left Connecticut immediately, never to return.
22 Daniel's Village Archeological Site March 30, 1978
(#78002861)
north side of Five Mile River near Stone Road[6]
41°52′58″N 71°51′03″W / 41.8829°N 71.8507°W / 41.8829; -71.8507 (Daniel's Village Archeological Site)
Killingly
23 Danielson Main Street Historic District April 8, 1992
(#92000265)
Main St. from Water St. to Spring St.
41°48′18″N 71°53′04″W / 41.805°N 71.884444°W / 41.805; -71.884444 (Danielson Main Street Historic District)
Killingly
24 Dayville Historic District August 25, 1988
(#88001422)
Main and Pleasant Sts.
41°50′45″N 71°53′08″W / 41.845833°N 71.885556°W / 41.845833; -71.885556 (Dayville Historic District)
Killingly
25 Dorrance Inn August 23, 2002
(#02000867)
748 Plainfield Pike
41°41′28″N 71°50′48″W / 41.691111°N 71.846667°W / 41.691111; -71.846667 (Dorrance Inn)
Sterling
26 Elliottville Lower Mill April 15, 1982
(#82004406)
Peep Toad Rd.
41°50′21″N 71°50′33″W / 41.839167°N 71.8425°W / 41.839167; -71.8425 (Elliottville Lower Mill)
Killingly
27 First Congregational Church of Plainfield July 31, 1986
(#86002116)
CT 12
41°41′06″N 71°54′55″W / 41.685°N 71.915278°W / 41.685; -71.915278 (First Congregational Church of Plainfield)
Plainfield
28 Forty-Seventh Camp of Rochambeau's Army January 23, 2003
(#02001732)
Bolton Farm, Rt 14 near Mullen Hill Road[7]
41°42′09″N 72°09′00″W / 41.7025°N 72.15°W / 41.7025; -72.15 (Forty-Seventh Camp of Rochambeau's Army)
Windham
29 Fourth Camp of Rochambeau's Army January 8, 2003
(#02001680)
Plains Road near Lovers Lane[7]
41°42′00″N 72°10′52″W / 41.7°N 72.181°W / 41.7; -72.181 (Fourth Camp of Rochambeau's Army)
Windham
30 Glen Falls Bridge April 1, 1999
(#99000408)
Brunswick Ave. over the Moosup River
41°43′01″N 71°51′43″W / 41.716944°N 71.861944°W / 41.716944; -71.861944 (Glen Falls Bridge)
Plainfield
31 Gwyn Careg April 8, 1994
(#94000336)
Wolf Den Rd.
41°51′20″N 71°59′52″W / 41.855556°N 71.997778°W / 41.855556; -71.997778 (Gwyn Careg)
Pomfret
32 Hampton Hill Historic District September 23, 1982
(#82004408)
Main St., Old Route 6, Cedar Swamp Rd.
41°46′57″N 72°03′19″W / 41.7825°N 72.055278°W / 41.7825; -72.055278 (Hampton Hill Historic District)
Hampton
33 Hemlock Glen Industrial Archeological District June 5, 2007
(#07000508)
Address Restricted
Hampton
34 Dr. Chester Hunt Office October 6, 1970
(#70000708)
Windham Center Rd.
41°42′00″N 72°09′30″W / 41.7°N 72.158333°W / 41.7; -72.158333 (Dr. Chester Hunt Office)
Windham
35 Samuel Huntington Birthplace November 11, 1971
(#71001009)
CT 14, 2 mi (3.2 km) west of CT 97
41°41′57″N 72°05′10″W / 41.699167°N 72.086111°W / 41.699167; -72.086111 (Samuel Huntington Birthplace)
Scotland Boyhood saltbox home of the American statesman, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, Governor of Connecticut and first presiding officer of the Congress of the Confederation
36 Israel Putnam School December 13, 1984
(#84000788)
School and Oak Sts.
41°54′57″N 71°54′23″W / 41.915833°N 71.906389°W / 41.915833; -71.906389 (Israel Putnam School)
Putnam
37 William Jillson Stone House August 5, 1971
(#71000912)
561 Main St.
41°42′40″N 72°12′38″W / 41.711111°N 72.210556°W / 41.711111; -72.210556 (William Jillson Stone House)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town
38 Old Killingly High School March 26, 1992
(#92000266)
185 Broad St.
41°48′13″N 71°53′08″W / 41.803611°N 71.885556°W / 41.803611; -71.885556 (Old Killingly High School)
Killingly
39 Knowlton Memorial Hall March 17, 1994
(#94000252)
5 Town Hall Rd.
41°51′49″N 72°09′42″W / 41.863489°N 72.161782°W / 41.863489; -72.161782 (Knowlton Memorial Hall)
Ashford
40 Lawton Mills Historic District February 16, 1996
(#96000028)
Roughly bounded by 2nd St., Railroad Ave., Norwich Rd., and 5th and 9th Sts.
41°40′32″N 71°55′13″W / 41.675556°N 71.920278°W / 41.675556; -71.920278 (Lawton Mills Historic District)
Plainfield
41 Main Street Historic District June 28, 1982
(#82004410)
21-65 Church St., 667-1009 Main St., 24-28 N. St., and 20-22 Walnut St.; also 32, 50, and 54 North St.
41°42′44″N 72°12′54″W / 41.712222°N 72.215°W / 41.712222; -72.215 (Main Street Historic District)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town. Second set of boundaries represents a boundary increase of July 29, 1992
42 Mansfield Hollow Dam April 12, 2009
(#03000194)
141 Mansfield Hollow Rd.
41°45′20″N 72°10′54″W / 41.75569°N 72.18163°W / 41.75569; -72.18163 (Mansfield Hollow Dam)
Windham Extends into Tolland County
43 March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Manship Road-Barstow Road January 8, 2003
(#02001678)
Manship Rd., Barstow Rd. from its junction with Manship Rd. to Westminster Rd.
41°42′07″N 72°00′13″W / 41.702012°N 72.003665°W / 41.702012; -72.003665 (March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Manship Road-Barstow Road)
Canterbury
44 March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Old Canterbury Road June 6, 2003
(#03000310)
Old Canterbury Rd: Canterbury Rd. from its junction with Old Canterbury Rd.
41°41′22″N 71°57′04″W / 41.689444°N 71.951111°W / 41.689444; -71.951111 (March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Old Canterbury Road)
Plainfield
45 March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Palmer Road June 6, 2003
(#03000311)
Palmer Rd, from intersection with Miller Rd. to east of its junction with Pudding Hill Rd.
41°41′57″N 72°03′47″W / 41.699167°N 72.063056°W / 41.699167; -72.063056 (March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Palmer Road)
Scotland
46 March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Plainfield Pike June 6, 2003
(#03000312)
Plainfield Pike from intersection with Industrial Dr., east to its junction with Ledge Hill Rd.
41°40′55″N 71°53′53″W / 41.682015°N 71.897964°W / 41.682015; -71.897964 (March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Plainfield Pike)
Plainfield
47 March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Scotland Road June 6, 2003
(#03000314)
Scotland Rd., from intersection with Back Rd. to 80 Scotland Rd.
41°42′03″N 72°08′43″W / 41.700833°N 72.145278°W / 41.700833; -72.145278 (March Route of Rochambeau's Army: Scotland Road)
Windham
48 Mixer Tavern March 17, 1994
(#94000253)
14 Westford Rd.
41°51′56″N 72°09′33″W / 41.865556°N 72.159167°W / 41.865556; -72.159167 (Mixer Tavern)
Ashford
49 Natchaug Forest Lumber Shed September 4, 1986
(#86001732)
Kingsbury Rd., Natchaug State Forest
41°50′21″N 72°05′04″W / 41.839167°N 72.084444°W / 41.839167; -72.084444 (Natchaug Forest Lumber Shed)
Eastford
50 New Roxbury Ironworks Site February 23, 1996
(#96000130)
Address Restricted
Woodstock
51 George Pickering Nichols House July 31, 1991
(#91000990)
42 Thompson Rd.
41°56′51″N 71°53′04″W / 41.9475°N 71.884444°W / 41.9475; -71.884444 (George Pickering Nichols House)
Thompson
52 North Grosvenordale Mill Historic District April 16, 1993
(#93000288)
Riverside Dr. (CT 12), Buckley Hill Rd., Floral Ave., Market La., and Marshall, Central, River, and Holmes Sts.
41°59′09″N 71°53′53″W / 41.985833°N 71.898056°W / 41.985833; -71.898056 (North Grosvenordale Mill Historic District)
Thompson
53 Old Westfield Cemetery August 26, 2010
(#10000578)
320 North St.
41°49′08″N 71°53′21″W / 41.818889°N 71.889167°W / 41.818889; -71.889167 (Old Westfield Cemetery)
Killingly
54 Packerville Bridge November 27, 1992
(#92001565)
Packerville Rd. over Mill Brook
41°40′01″N 71°56′56″W / 41.666944°N 71.948889°W / 41.666944; -71.948889 (Packerville Bridge)
Plainfield
55 Plainfield Street Historic District April 11, 1991
(#91000350)
Roughly Norwich Rd. from Railroad Ave. to Academy Hill Rd.
41°41′09″N 71°54′54″W / 41.685833°N 71.915°W / 41.685833; -71.915 (Plainfield Street Historic District)
Plainfield
56 Plainfield Woolen Company Mill August 29, 1985
(#85001919)
Main St.
41°43′11″N 71°54′25″W / 41.719722°N 71.906944°W / 41.719722; -71.906944 (Plainfield Woolen Company Mill)
Plainfield
57 Pomfret Street Historic District April 23, 1998
(#98000372)
Roughly along Pomfret St. and CT 169, from Bradley Rd. to Woodstock Rd.
41°53′19″N 71°57′51″W / 41.888611°N 71.964167°W / 41.888611; -71.964167 (Pomfret Street Historic District)
Pomfret
58 Pomfret Town House January 19, 1989
(#88003221)
Town House Rd.
41°51′53″N 71°57′50″W / 41.864722°N 71.963889°W / 41.864722; -71.963889 (Pomfret Town House)
Pomfret Home to the local historical society.
59 Prospect Hill Historic District August 29, 2003
(#03000814)
Roughly bounded by Bolivia St., Jackson St., Valley St. and Birch St.
41°43′09″N 72°12′12″W / 41.719152°N 72.203264°W / 41.719152; -72.203264 (Prospect Hill Historic District)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town
60 Putnam Farm March 11, 1982
(#82004399)
Spaulding Rd.
41°49′24″N 71°57′03″W / 41.823333°N 71.950833°W / 41.823333; -71.950833 (Putnam Farm)
Brooklyn
61 Putnam High School December 10, 1993
(#93001343)
126 Church St.
41°55′06″N 71°54′47″W / 41.918333°N 71.913056°W / 41.918333; -71.913056 (Putnam High School)
Putnam Putnam's first high school, now Putnam Town Hall.
62 Putnam Railroad Station July 24, 2007
(#07000742)
35 and 45-47 Main St.
41°54′51″N 71°54′30″W / 41.914108°N 71.908296°W / 41.914108; -71.908296 (Putnam Railroad Station)
Putnam
63 Israel Putnam Wolf Den May 2, 1985
(#85000949)
Off Wolf Den Rd. in Mashamoquet Brook State Park
41°50′36″N 71°59′04″W / 41.843333°N 71.984444°W / 41.843333; -71.984444 (Israel Putnam Wolf Den)
Pomfret
64 Quinebaug Mill-Quebec Square Historic District August 29, 1985
(#85001921)
Roughly bounded by the Quinebaug River, Quebec Square, and Elm and S. Main Sts.
41°47′54″N 71°53′21″W / 41.798333°N 71.889167°W / 41.798333; -71.889167 (Quinebaug Mill-Quebec Square Historic District)
Brooklyn and Killingly
65 Quinebaug River Prehistoric Archeological District September 7, 2009
(#09000696)
Between Connecticut Route 169 and the Quinebaug River
41°40′24″N 71°57′26″W / 41.6732°N 71.9571°W / 41.6732; -71.9571 (Quinebaug River Prehistoric Archeological District)
Canterbury
66 Hezekiah S. Ramsdell Farm August 23, 1990
(#90000442)
Ramsdell Rd.
41°57′07″N 71°54′39″W / 41.951944°N 71.910833°W / 41.951944; -71.910833 (Hezekiah S. Ramsdell Farm)
Thompson
67 Sterling Hill Historic District February 6, 1986
(#86000152)
Green Ln. and CT 14A
41°41′23″N 71°50′56″W / 41.689722°N 71.848889°W / 41.689722; -71.848889 (Sterling Hill Historic District)
Plainfield and Sterling
68 Sumner-Carpenter House December 26, 1991
(#91001854)
333 Old Colony Rd.
41°54′11″N 72°04′01″W / 41.903056°N 72.066944°W / 41.903056; -72.066944 (Sumner-Carpenter House)
Eastford
69 Taylor's Corner January 19, 1989
(#88003220)
Route 171
41°56′57″N 72°00′43″W / 41.949261°N 72.011862°W / 41.949261; -72.011862 (Taylor's Corner)
Woodstock
70 Temple Beth Israel April 16, 2013
(#13000162)
39 Killingly Dr.
41°48′14″N 71°52′40″W / 41.803832°N 71.877693°W / 41.803832; -71.877693 (Temple Beth Israel)
Killingly
71 Thompson Hill Historic District December 31, 1987
(#87002186)
Chase and Quaddick Rds. and CT 193 and CT 200
41°57′27″N 71°52′06″W / 41.9575°N 71.868333°W / 41.9575; -71.868333 (Thompson Hill Historic District)
Thompson
72 Trinity Church October 15, 1970
(#70000703)
Church St.
41°48′00″N 71°55′28″W / 41.8°N 71.924444°W / 41.8; -71.924444 (Trinity Church)
Brooklyn
73 Union Society of Phoenixville House December 11, 2007
(#07001247)
4 Hartford Turnpike
41°52′37″N 72°05′12″W / 41.876944°N 72.086667°W / 41.876944; -72.086667 (Union Society of Phoenixville House)
Eastford
74 Unitarian Meetinghouse November 9, 1972
(#72001335)
Junction of CT 169 and US 6
41°47′16″N 71°57′01″W / 41.787679°N 71.950214°W / 41.787679; -71.950214 (Unitarian Meetinghouse)
Brooklyn
75 Edward Waldo House November 21, 1978
(#78002879)
South of Scotland on Waldo Rd.
41°39′33″N 72°06′05″W / 41.659167°N 72.101389°W / 41.659167; -72.101389 (Edward Waldo House)
Scotland
76 Wauregan Historic District August 24, 1979
(#79003789)
Roughly bounded by CT 12, CT 205, 3rd St., the Quinebaug River, and Chestnut St.
41°44′38″N 71°54′38″W / 41.743889°N 71.910556°W / 41.743889; -71.910556 (Wauregan Historic District)
Plainfield
77 Jonathan Wheeler House February 11, 1982
(#82004405)
N. Society Rd.
41°45′03″N 71°59′26″W / 41.750833°N 71.990556°W / 41.750833; -71.990556 (Jonathan Wheeler House)
Canterbury
78 Willimantic Armory September 12, 1985
(#85002310)
255 Pleasant St.
41°42′35″N 72°12′54″W / 41.709722°N 72.215°W / 41.709722; -72.215 (Willimantic Armory)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town
79 Willimantic Elks Club September 21, 2005
(#05001045)
198 Pleasant St.
41°42′34″N 72°12′47″W / 41.709368°N 72.213036°W / 41.709368; -72.213036 (Willimantic Elks Club)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town
80 Willimantic Footbridge April 19, 1979
(#79002654)
Railroad St.
41°42′42″N 72°12′49″W / 41.711667°N 72.213611°W / 41.711667; -72.213611 (Willimantic Footbridge)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town
81 Willimantic Freight House and Office June 14, 1982
(#82004414)
Bridge St.
41°42′44″N 72°13′15″W / 41.712222°N 72.220833°W / 41.712222; -72.220833 (Willimantic Freight House and Office)
Windham In the Willimantic section of the town
82 Windham Center Historic District June 4, 1979
(#79002655)
CT 14 and CT 203
41°42′08″N 72°09′40″W / 41.702222°N 72.161111°W / 41.702222; -72.161111 (Windham Center Historic District)
Windham
83 Witter House October 6, 1970
(#70000704)
Chaplin St.
41°47′47″N 72°07′46″W / 41.796389°N 72.129444°W / 41.796389; -72.129444 (Witter House)
Chaplin
84 Woodstock Academy Classroom Building February 16, 1984
(#84001176)
Academy Rd.
41°57′02″N 71°58′33″W / 41.950556°N 71.975833°W / 41.950556; -71.975833 (Woodstock Academy Classroom Building)
Woodstock
85 Woodstock Hill Historic District January 6, 1999
(#98001578)
Roughly along Plain Hill Rd., and Academy Rd., including parts of Old Hall Rd. and Child Hill Rd.
41°57′04″N 71°58′32″W / 41.951111°N 71.975556°W / 41.951111; -71.975556 (Woodstock Hill Historic District)
Woodstock

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior, "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions", retrieved November 26, 2021.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an alphabetical ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ "History of Killingly's Villages". Killingly Historical Society. Retrieved 2013-10-10.
  7. ^ a b "Supplemental Destination Guide Signs" (PDF). State of Connecticut. Retrieved 2015-01-05.