Increase or decrease the radius for New London | Towns within 40 mi of New London | Change Population. This page will help you find a list of surrounding towns near New London, villages, cities nearby or close to the suburbs of New London within a 40 mile distance (64.36 km) of New London (Connecticut) to the north, south, east, or west of New London; typically within a one to two hour commute ...
Covers northeastern portion of town of Montville, Connecticut. Signed at lower right: Humphry Avery, survr. for the county of New London. Pen-and-ink. Map backed with cloth. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes notes and text. Imperfect: Scuff marks, tears, and darkening of paper.
In terms of land area, New London is one of the smallest cities in Connecticut. Of the whole 10.76 square miles (27.9 km 2), nearly half is water; 5.54 square miles (14.3 km 2) is land. The town and city of New London are coextensive. Sections of the original town were ceded to form newer towns between 1705 and 1801.
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- 56 ft (17 m)
The place is catalogued as Park by the U.S. Board on Geographic Names and its elevation above sea level is equal to 95ft. (29mt.) There are 446 places (city, towns, hamlets …) within a radius of 100 kilometers / 62 miles from the center of Nautilus Park (CT) , the nearest place in the area is Conning Towers Nautilus Park CDP, connecticut.
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found: Wikipedia, July 26, 2019 (New London, Connecticut; City of New London; 41°21ʹ20ʺN 72°05ʹ58ʺW) found : Collier's new encyclopedia (1921)/New London, via Wikisource, October 27, 2019 (New London, a city, port of entry, and one of the county-seats of New London co., Conn., on the Thames river)
Oct 10, 2012 · New London is a seaport city and a port of entry on the northeast coast of the United States, located at the mouth of the Thames River in New London County, Connecticut. It was one of the world's three busiest whaling ports for several decades beginning in the early 19th century, along with Nantucket and New Bedford, Massachusetts .