Connecticut Historical Populated Places


 Additions and/or corrections to the database are encouraged! Simple Add/Edit Procedure.

Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 44 of 44 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
Acquidaneck Windham East Killingly
Acropolis Litchfield Woodbury
Armoryville New Haven New Haven
Barber Corner Hartford Avon
Benvenue Middlesex Middle Haddam
Brewsterville New Haven New Haven
Chapman Middlesex Essex
Cheshire Street New Haven Meriden
Crescent Grove Hartford Springfield South
Cupheag Fairfield Bridgeport
Dorrville New London Jewett City
East Port Chester Fairfield Glenville
Elliotville Windham East Killingly
Emmons City Litchfield New Preston
Flanders New Haven Clinton
Foley Litchfield Ashley Falls
Grassy Hill New London Hamburg
Hassunadchuauck Hartford Glastonbury
Hemingway Town New Haven New Haven
Highwood New Haven New Haven
Hockanum Park Fairfield Westport
Johnsonville Middlesex Deep River
Joyceland Fairfield New Milford
Leffingwell New London Fitchville
Liberia New Haven New Haven
Little Danbury Fairfield Bridgeport
Lord Corner Middlesex Clinton
Massomuck Windham Putnam
Maushantuxet New London Uncasville
Millville Fairfield Stamford
Natchaug Windham Hampton
Naubuc Hartford Glastonbury
New Guinea New Haven New Haven
Ninevah Middlesex Clinton
Selleck Four Corners Fairfield Bethel
Showtucket New London Norwich
Slineyville New Haven New Haven
Spoonville Hartford Windsor Locks
Spruce Corner Middlesex Clinton
Sunnyside New London Norwich
Thompson Corner New Haven Branford
Waterman Point New London Norwich
Westcott Fairfield Stamford
Willisville Fairfield Stamford
Page 1