Salem [New London County] is the Hebrew word for "peace". Named from Salem, Massachusetts and incorporated as New Salem, from Colchester, Lyme and Montville in 1819.
Area, 29.8 sq. miles. Population, est., 3,499. Voting Districts, 1.
Mission statement, officers and information on apparatus, public programs, and education for children and adults.
Tombstone transcriptions from the Hale Collection for graveyard in Salem.
AMA-sanctioned model airplane club founded in 1937.
Programs, events, history, general library information, and photographs of the cows.
Information on conservation efforts for nonprofit organization.
Mission statement plus information on Board of Education, school administration and PTOF.
A Parish of the Episcopal Missionary Church.
Town overview and municipal information.
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