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Origin of Name - Settled 1700; incorporated May, 1708; and named from Killingly Manor near Pontefract, Yorkshire. Indian name, "Aspinock."
Population Area
1850
4543
Acres
31987
1900
6835
Square Miles
50
1950
10015
Square Km
129.5
2000
16472
Belongs to
Windham County
Northeastern Connecticut Council of Governments
Northeast Economic Development Region
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Special thanks to the Environmental and Geographic Information Center (EGIC) of the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.

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