Scotland [Windham County] was settled as a parish by Magoon, a Scotsman, in 1706. It was taken from Windham and incorporated in May, 1857.
Area, 18.6 sq. miles. Population, est., 1,601. Voting district, 1. Principal industry, agriculture.
Stihl dealership specializing in sales and service of hand-held equipment. Also carries a full line of safety clothing and logging supplies, and is a distributor of Buckingham arborist supplies.
Overview of Isaac Magoon, the first settler, and the evolution of the town.
Family campground with swimming pool, miniature golf, playground, laundry facilities and other amenities.
From the "History of Windham County, Connecticut" by Richard M. Bayles, 1889.
List of men whose residence is listed as Scotland in "Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army and Navy of the United States During the War of the Rebellion", published in 1889.
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History, members, upcoming events, news archive and apparatus.
Birthplace of Samuel Huntington, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
Resource site for genealogical searches.
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